Entry of two wheelers and three wheelers is prohibited on Delhi Meerut Expressway.
In view of the increasing accidents, now the police have started challaning on the expressway.
So far more than 2500 challans have been made.
New Delhi. The Ghaziabad police started taking strict action on the Delhi Meerut Expressway from Monday itself. Talking about the ban on carrying two-wheeler, three-wheeler or any kind of cart on the expressway, the police also cut challans of 20-20 thousand to the two-wheeler drivers. The number of these challans was more than 25 hundred. This action of the police became the headlines of the news. People also protested about this matter. People said that why can’t two wheelers drive on the expressway when they are following the minimum speed rule here, they have also deposited the road tax and they are entitled to drive their vehicle anywhere.
On the other hand, the police said that due to high speed vehicles on the expressway and fog in winter, cases of accidents of two wheelers have increased, due to which this strictness is being exercised. Let us know what are the rules regarding this and whether the police can deduct an challan of Rs 20,000 from anyone. What are the rules of challaning and whether there is a provision for such challan in the Motor Vehicle Act….
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By the way, you pay road tax at the time of purchase of the vehicle and it is valid till the time your registration is valid. With this you are free to drive your private vehicle anywhere. But there is a screw in it. While making highways like expressways, they are designed in such a way that high speed i.e. 60 km. Trains can be run at more than the speed per hour. Some vehicles on this road travel 100 km. Can also be run at the speed of In such a situation, there can be a danger to two wheelers, due to which the entry of two wheelers on these roads is prohibited.
Any such rule can be made by the state government, local administration or police according to the circumstances and need. Along with this, the administration can also make a provision of fine on it to implement the rule. Something similar has happened on the Delhi Meerut Expressway as well. Although how much this challan or fine can be, it becomes a matter of debate.
Such signs can be seen on the expressway. (Photo courtesy ANI)
So is the challan of 20 thousand correct…
Two-wheeler drivers were fined Rs 20,000 on the Delhi-Meerut Expressway. In such a situation, the question arises that for which crime the challan of Rs 20,000 was issued? Because there is no provision of 20 thousand challan in the Motor Vehicle Act, in such a situation it is bound to arise this question but it has to be looked at in another way. The local administration or district magistrate can fix the amount of fine for enforcing any rule and this amount can be whatever. The money collected as fine or challan goes to the government treasury and the person who has been challaned is also given a receipt. In such a situation, it would be wrong to see it as a challan, it is a fine imposed by the local police and administration for ignoring the rules.
…so what do you do
If someone has been fined for ignoring the rules, then it is considered right in every situation. However, any person has the right to challenge the rule or fine by filing a complaint with the judiciary i.e. court or district magistrate regarding the fine imposed on him.
What do experts say
In this regard, when Stuffunknownspoke to Raghunath Pawar, Assistant Manager, Legal Department, National Insurance Company, he told that two wheelers are banned on the expressway to prevent accidents. If a challan is issued by the local administration or the traffic police on any such expressway, then it is necessary to inform the people about it in advance. Along with this, it is also necessary to tell under which item their challan has been deducted. If anyone has doubt or problem regarding this fine or challan, then they can challenge it in the court.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : January 18, 2023, 13:06 IST