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Madhya Pradesh: Rs 35K fine imposed on mini truck driver

12:58 AM Oct 09, 2021 | Staff Reporter

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Traffic police caught a mini truck driver, who was driving after consuming liquor on Thursday night. A fine of Rs 35,000 was imposed on the driver.

On the instruction of ASP (traffic) Anil Patidar, DSP Umankant Choudhary and his team launched a drive against people driving their vehicles after consuming liquor and driving or riding their vehicles on the wrong side. During the drive, the officers stopped a recklessly driven mini truck near Sathya Sai Square. The driver could not show the driving licence and he was also drunk.

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The team of subedar Vivek Parmar took action against the mini truck driver under section 3/181, 115/194 (2), 185 of the Motor Vehicle Act. On Friday, the court imposed a fine of Rs 35,000 on the driver. It is said that it was the highest fine imposed on a single vehicle for violating traffic rules. In the past three days, the traffic police took action against 75 vehicle drivers for violating traffic rules in the city.

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