Invoice will be deducted if done accidentally
If you also have a bike or car, then this news is of your great use. The central government has given new instructions to get caste stickers painted on vehicles. A heavy fine will also be charged for violating it.
- January 13, 2021, 8:26 AM IST
Action taken in UP
The order has gone ahead in Uttar Pradesh. The UP government has given a direct message that there is no hatred of castes, but if written or pasted on the car, it is not good. After this, action has also been started on the people. In Lucknow, ‘Saxena ji’ was caught in his car pasting a sticker bearing the blessings of his caste and parents.
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The slogans and stickers on the vehicle, especially those mounted on the wind screen, are dangerous because they may cause the driver to stray, causing an accident. According to the media report, a senior police officer said, “It has always been illegal to write anything on the number plate and it can be fined up to Rs 5000.” However, it has not been clarified by the traffic police how much penalty will be incurred if the name is written on the body or windscreen.
Number plates cannot be tampered with
According to the Motor Vehicle Act of India, no number of plates can be tampered with. It is important for every vehicle owner to follow the standards set by the government for this. According to the Motor Vehicle Act, you cannot display or promote your caste, religion, guru, designation, name of your institution and profession on the number plate of your vehicle. Nothing is allowed to be written on the front or rear of the vehicles on the WindShield.
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Number plates are standard fixed
You cannot place a number plate larger than 19 inches long and 4 inches wide on private four wheel vehicles. It is allowed to place 13 inch long and 7 inch wide number plates on big commercial vehicles. Similarly, on two-wheelers you cannot place a number plate larger than 7 inches long and 3 inches wide. There is a provision for a fine of up to 500 rupees under the new Motor Vehicle Act for violating these rules.