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Challan: A small mistake and a hefty fine of Rs 1.7 lakh! Do not do this work even by forgetting while driving

Challan: Whether you are in any corner of the world, but if you use a motor vehicle, then definitely follow the traffic rules applicable there, otherwise it is natural that you can be punished according to the traffic rules applicable there.

Mercedes Number Plate Challan: Whether you are in any corner of the world, but if you use a motor vehicle, then you must follow the traffic rules applicable there, otherwise it is natural that you can be punished according to the traffic rules applicable there. Then whether that action is in the form of challan or in the form of being sent to jail. Like any country, traffic rules are in force in Britain and according to them people are allowed to drive motor vehicles, those who do not do so are punished. Britain is being talked about because within 7 weeks of a person here, invoices of £ 1,800 (Rs 1 lakh 73 thousand) have been cut. Right now that person is worried that more challans may be deducted from him. The name of this person is Amir Iqbal. 

Aamir Iqbal is an architect by profession and lives in Britain. This challan of Amir Iqbal was cut because he had made a mistake, for which he is facing the consequences in the form of a challan. Actually, he changed the number plate of his car two months ago, after which 15 of his challans have been deducted. He drives a Mercedes 2002 SLK. He has been using this car in the city of Birmingham since May. He takes the car from his home in Perry Barr to his office in Longbridge. 

In a conversation with ‘Birmingham Mail’, Aamir said, “I have been under stress since this happened to me.” However, Aamir Iqbal now has the option of appealing against it in court. Birmingham City Council’s The matter has not been commented on but it has been said that ‘if anyone feels that his challan has been cut by mistake, then he can appeal.’ There are many rules in India regarding the number plate, so here also you should not leave your car’s number plate.

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