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Uttar Pradesh govt considering setting up e-courts to deal with traffic violators

Between January 7, 2019 and December 31, 2020, as many as 1.3 crore e-challans were issued in Uttar Pradesh.

Watch: Delhi traffic police constable dragged on car’s bonnet for 400 metres after attempting to stop an errant driver

A Delhi traffic police constable was dragged on the bonnet of a car for nearly 400 metres after he tried to stop the vehicle by jumping on top of the car.

Watch: Son of Shiv Sena MP abuses traffic police officer, threatens to get him fired from a job

Shiv Sena MP Vinayak Raut's son Yogesh Raut threatened a traffic police officer after he was stopped fo violating traffic rules

Watch: This Pune aunty scolding bikers riding on footpath is winning the Internet

A middle-aged lady is seen standing on the pavement and stopping the bikers from riding on footpath in Pune

Kolkata: Female passenger alleges verbal abuse, deliberate delay and threatening calls by Ola driver

Recounting the horror, the woman alleged that the man began driving slowly in a completely different direction from her destination.

Uttar Pradesh: Congress worker who drove Priyanka Gandhi Vadra without wearing helmet challaned for Rs 6100

Congress worker has been penalised as neither him nor Priyanka Gandhi were wearing a helmet while riding a two wheeler.

Fearing challans, Delhiites line up for PUC certificates, 14 lakh certificates issued in one month

Since the implementation of the revised MV Act, the volume of vehicles seeking PUC certificates at 940 odd test centres across Delhi has gone up by more than four times.

Watch: Stopped by traffic cops, Delhi girl threatens with suicide, helmet attack and then her mother

The girl was reportedly stopped for the broken license plate on her two-wheeler. When the traffic police demanded to see the scooter's documents, she stated that she had no papers.

Gadkari has shown a mirror to We-the-Dodgers of traffic rules

There is every reason to applaud the transport minister Nitin Gadkari. He has been vocal on the Motor Vehicles Amendment bill for more than two years

Uttar Pradesh: Truck drivers wearing ‘lungi’ and vest will now be fined Rs 2000

Under the new provisions added to the amended Motor Vehicles Act, which imposes heavy fines for violating the law, the UP government has decided to strictly implement the dress code for truck drivers.

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