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If you are driving a car in Delhi, then definitely keep this in mind; Otherwise heavy challan will be deducted

Let us inform that on Wednesday, Delhi Traffic Police issued challans to a total of 17 people with a fine of Rs 1,000. On the first day of the special drive, the traffic police conducted checking at Barakhamba Road near Connaught Place in central Delhi to ensure compliance. Similar campaign is being run in other states of the country as well.

If you are driving a car in Delhi, then definitely keep this in mind; Otherwise heavy challan will be deducted

Let us tell you, former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry (54) died in a road accident on 4 September in Palghar district of Maharashtra. According to the police, the miscreant sitting behind was not wearing a seatbelt. After this incident, seat belts have also been made mandatory for those sitting in the back seat of the car. In such a situation, the police is deducting the challan of those who do not wear the set belt during checking.

If you are driving a car in Delhi, then definitely keep this in mind; Otherwise heavy challan will be deducted

During the checking drive, the Delhi Traffic Police challaned a total of Rs 1,000 per person from 11 am to 1 am on a total of 17 people. The fine has been imposed on the drivers under section 194B (use of safety belt and seat for children) of the Motor Vehicles Act 1989.

If you are driving a car in Delhi, then definitely keep this in mind; Otherwise heavy challan will be deducted

New Delhi Traffic Police Commissioner, Alap Patel said that the legal provisions were already there but after the recent incident (Mistry’s death) it has become a matter of discussion. He said that the Delhi Traffic Police is already running a campaign to spread public awareness about the importance of wearing seat belts and taking legal action. Last week, the Delhi Police took to Twitter to urge citizens not to overspeed and always wear seat belts.

If you are driving a car in Delhi, then definitely keep this in mind; Otherwise heavy challan will be deducted

According to the Ministry of Road and Transport, a total of 1,20,806 people died in road accidents during the year 2020. Most of the victims of these accidents were youth. The report said that 43,412 (35.9%) of the total road accidents occurred on national highways, while 30,171 (25%) were on state highways. There were 47,223 (39.1%) accidents on other roads.

If you are driving a car in Delhi, then definitely keep this in mind; Otherwise heavy challan will be deducted

According to the report, the maximum number of people in the age group of 18-45 who died in these road accidents. Nearly 70 percent of the people in this age group lost their lives in road accidents in 2020. At the same time, the report also said that 87.4 percent of the people in the age group of 18-60 who died were working.

If you are driving a car in Delhi, then definitely keep this in mind; Otherwise heavy challan will be deducted

Overspeeding was cited as the main cause of accidents in the 2020 Road Accidents Report. Over speeding accounted for 69.3% of accidents, while driving on the wrong side of the road accounted for 5.6% of accidents. In terms of road type, 65% of accidents occurred on straight roads, while 15.2% were due to winding roads, potholes and illegal construction on roads.

 

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