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Traffic Rule Breakers in Distress after New Traffic Rules Implemented, Nitin Gadkari refuses to Backtrack the New Rules

The social media has divided into those backing the new rules and those criticising the new rules. We also saw some not criticising the new rules but want the similar kind of hefty penalty for those bureaucrats and politicians who do not fulfill their promise to deliver pit-free roads and highways.

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The Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, came forward to affirm that his ministry is not contemplating to repeal the newly introduced traffic rules under the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019. Gadkari said that the new rules, although, have high penalty for the offenders, still is necessary for the safety on the streets. “The issue is that a time should come that no one gets penalised and everyone follows the rules,” hoped Gadkari while speaking on the issue of hefty penalty for traffic rules offenders. He, however, assured that his government, currently, isn’t planning to increase the penalty limit any further.

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The transport ministry has become a topic of debate among the citizens after it introduced some very stringent rules pertaining to traffic. The social media has divided into those backing the new rules and those criticising the new rules. We also saw some not criticising the new rules but want the similar kind of hefty penalty for those bureaucrats and politicians who do not fulfill their promise to deliver pit-free roads and highways.

A tweet from a user read, “If the fine for, 3 person on bike then how much for below n to whom? 1. over crowded mumbai local trains. 2. Metro coaches has 20 to 25 seats, but crowd is 150. Will you charge Mumbai local train and metro authority for to allowing over Crowd.. #TrafficFines #TrafficRules,”


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Another Twitter handle wrote, “#TrafficFines
True..our fines are lesser than other countries, but the bitter truth is…they also provide fine roads..,”

Another Twitter user admonished the traffic department for being partial on treating offences differently. “This is the condition of newly inaugurated flayover at castle mill thane… it’s not even a year old..
Why fine on traffic rules ? And not on the contractors for this kind of mess ?
@TMCaTweetAway #thane #RoadSafety #TrafficFines” he wrote.


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Then came a tweet from a resident claimed to be from Delhi NCR, who supported the newly introduced traffic rules. “I have been driving in delhi NCR from last 16 years and not fined by Traffic Police even once. Its simple ,Don’t break the rules & nobody will dare to touch you, be it fine for 100 or 10000. Strict laws are much needed. #TrafficFines #Trafficviolation #DelhiPolice” wrote a Twitter user backing the Government’s move to levy hefty fine on traffic rule breakers.


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The Nitin Gadkari-led Transport ministry passed the long waited Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019 in July in both the houses of the parliament. The new rules drafted in the act was implemented from the first day of September and since then the new traffic rules have become a debating topic across the country. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi led Indian Government expects a high level of adherence to the traffic rules after the introduction of the new stringent rules.