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New Motor Vehicle Act Not To Be Enforced In State

In some great news for vehicle drivers in Telangana, Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao stated categorically that the new MV Act 2019 would not be enforced in the State.
Hyderabad | 15th September 2019
In some great news for vehicle drivers in Telangana, Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao made a categorical statement that his government would not enforce the new Motor Vehicles Act 2019 passed by the union government, with its huge penalties for traffic violations.

In reply to a member's question on the very heavy penalties and the difficulties that would be faced by vehicle drivers, the Chief Minister said that the State government would bring out its own Act in the matter - and that there was no need for any hurry to do that either.

He said that the government would not act in any manner that would create problems and difficulties to vehicle drivers and owners.

It may be recalled that the new Central Act aimed at reducing road accidents by imposition of abnormally high fines for various types of traffic violations was to come into force from September 1, but several State governments have refused to implement it fearing public backlash.
filed in:  Telangana, Traffic, KCR, Fines
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