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Manu Panda stand with @MotorVehiclesBill @ManuPanda 13 Sep 2019 At 10:12 AM

Delhi: A truck driver challaned Rs 2,00,500 under New Motor Vehicle Act

After the new Motor Vehicle Act was imposed in the country, many incidents have reported where the drivers were fined more than the price of their vehicle they are riding. In recent time one more incident has occurred in which a truck driver identified as Ram Kishan was issued a Rs 2,00,500 challan for overloading near Mukarba Chowk situated in Delhi. After the amendment to the MV Act, the penalty for overloading was increased from Rs 2,000 to Rs 20,000. The charges for the extra weight were also increased from Rs 1,000 per tonne to Rs 2,000 per tonne. Do you stand with amended Motor Vehicle Act? Src: https://bit.ly/2mcCtk9

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Manu Panda doesn't stand with @HDKumaraswamy @ManuPanda 13 Sep 2019 At 10:12 AM

‘मोदी है तो तो पनौती है’ implicated Kumaraswamy after Vikram lander’s unsuccessful landing

Recently the former Karnataka CM H D Kumaraswamy stoked a major controversy by suggesting that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's presence at the ISRO headquarters on September 6th could have proved a 'bad omen' as the soft landing of moon lander Vikram failed. He in his words stated that “I don't know (affirmatively), but probably the timing of his stepping in there could have brought a bad omen to ISRO scientists." Taking it further he mentioned that "He (Modi) came here to seek publicity as if he was behind the launch of Chandrayaan-2." Do you stand with former Karnataka CM Kumaraswamy for his views? Let us know in the comments? Src: https://bit.ly/2kJXP85

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Manu Panda stand with @AkhileshYadav @ManuPanda 12 Sep 2019 At 02:25 PM

Akhilesh Yadav slams Centre over hefty traffic fines

Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Akhilesh Yadav slammed the Centre for imposing increased penalties under the Motor Vehicle Act 2019. Yadav on his Twitter handle stated, "The new rule of challans implemented by the BJP ruled state govt's are anti-people and oppressive. The BJP implemented this act only in those places where it can challenge the decisive leadership and can take strict action". Yadav added that it is a beginning among BJP leaders to oppose excessive centralisation. Earlier, the Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari stated that hefty fines were not imposed to generate revenue for the govt but to save the lives of the people. Src: https://bit.ly/2lPMHac

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