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Arvind Kejriwal praises PM Modi govt's Motor Vehicle Act

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, while addressing a press conference, praised the Motor Vehicles Act passed by the PM Modi government. Kejriwal expressed, "There has been an improvement in Delhi's traffic ever since the new Motor Vehicle Act has been implemented. If there is any clause due to which people are facing more problem, then we have the power to reduce the fine and we will certainly do it". This comes when several states have publicly expressed that they intend to decrease the fines. Src: https://bit.ly/2mgjiGg

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Do you think the government should rethink over hefty fines laid on traffic violation?

Recently the parliament passed the amendment in the Motor Vehicle Act 2019 which imposes hefty fines on violation of traffic rules. The new regulation came in effect from September 1. Although the bill was passed in the parliament but was not adopted by many states because of the excessive amount of penalties. Recently in New Delhi, a truck driver was fined Rs. 2 lakh for driving an overloaded truck and a scooter rider was charged 16,000 Rs for not carrying documents. Do you think imposing hefty fines on common people is justified? Or the govt should deliberate over it again? What's your take? Comment below!

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No, hefty fines will restrict number of traffic violations and will ensure public safety


Economic slowdown due to liberalisation policy started in 1991: KN Govindacharya

Ahead of the two-day national convention of Rashtriya Swabhiman Andolan, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) idealist and a passionate supporter of the Swadeshi Movement, KN Govindacharya, in an interview, expressed, "The present recession in the economy is because of the policy of liberalisation started in 1991. The manufacturing has gone down, the contribution of agriculture in GDP has reduced". He further said that it’s time for India to embrace the idea of "nature-centric development" as a paradigm rather than consumption-based GDP estimation. "We must set a favourable example for the world by balancing prosperity with Indian traditions and culture. Enrichment of nature is development", Govindacharya included. Src: https://bit.ly/2lP4HBk

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Maharashtra: One held for drug trafficking, narcotics over Rs 3.40 lakh seized

In Maharashtra's Pune city, the Customs Department (CD) has arrested one person for drug trafficking and seized narcotics from his possession. The CD official stated that after receiving information, the team arrested the accused Mani Mahesh Giri and recovered 12 ball-shaped substances (overall weight 680 grams) from him which on inquiry was confirmed as Charas worth Rs 3.40 lakh. The department added that the accused has admitted his crime of procurement and transportation of Charas for sale in Pune. The accused has been taken to the judicial custody and a probe has been initiated by the Pune Customs Anti-Narcotics cell to find the supplier and receiver of the seized drug. Src: https://bit.ly/2lUHg9F