Traffic Rules: Traffic rules will change in Delhi from April 1, if you break the rules, you will have to pay a fine of Rs 10000
Traffic rules will change from April 1
The Delhi government has decided to implement the new traffic rule from April 1, according to which there will be a separate fixed line of buses and heavy vehicles on the roads of Delhi. According to the new rule, everyone has to drive in the lane. Buses and goods vehicles will have to ply on these lines. On the other hand, other vehicles will have to ply in these lines from 10 pm to 8 am. This rule is being implemented to improve the traffic system in Delhi, according to which buses and heavy vehicles or goods trains will have to run in a fixed line from 8 am to 10 pm. During this, if any vehicle is found moving in another line, then action will be taken against it, its challan will be deducted.
Rs 10000 challan
Violation of the rule can lead to a fine of Rs 10,000, imprisonment for 6 months under section 192-A of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. A fine of 10 thousand for breaking the rules for the first time, a case will be registered against the bus driver for breaking the rules for the second time, for violating the rules for the third time he will be sentenced to jail and his driving license will be canceled. On the other hand, if this mistake happens even for the fourth time, then the permit of the bus will be cancelled.
challan will be deducted from salary
At the same time, this fine will be deducted from the salary of the bus drivers who are found breaking the rules of bus lane driving. At the same time, he said that after the removal of the no-entry ban, if any driver is found walking in the bus lane, then he can be challaned.