Bihar Assembly Session Update; 13334 People Challan By Nitish Kumar Govt In Just Two Days | 213 broke the law in the Bihar assembly, which gave a strict law of prohibition; Among them, Minister also » India News
Connect with us

India News

Bihar Assembly Session Update; 13334 People Challan By Nitish Kumar Govt In Just Two Days | 213 broke the law in the Bihar assembly, which gave a strict law of prohibition; Among them, Minister also

Published

on

  • Hindi news
  • Local
  • Bihar
  • Bihar Assembly Session Update; 13334 People Challan By Nitish Kumar Govt In Just Two Days

Fed up with Ads? Install Dainik Bhaskar app for news without ads

Patna44 minutes agoAuthor: Manish Mishra

The numberless vehicles arrived in the Bihar Assembly on Wednesday, but the police neither stopped nor took any action.

  • Today, breaking the law, reaching the assembly, how the speaker broke the rules on election day, Bhaskar investigated

To join the proceedings of the Bihar Legislative Assembly, the same honorable rules are reaching, which are responsible for making laws for Bihar. Of the 241 (2 of 243 absentee), including a pro tem speaker, 213 honorable MLAs entered the House breaking the MV Act (Motor Vehicle Act) on Wednesday in the House that proposed a strict law like prohibition.

Ministers were also involved in the rule breakers, and Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav was responsible for rounding them up. The entry of the bus, the Chief Minister’s car, was done only under the rules. Under the MV Act, no change can be made in the exterior design of vehicles, bumper crash guards can also be installed. Seat belt is a must. Can not put black film on glass. There is also no permission of the stylish number plate. A car without number cannot leave on the road. The COVID guidelines under which the new government invoiced 13 thousand 334 people in just 2 days, bypassing the masks and distances in more than half of the honorable carts, were not even seen.

48 leaders break the number plate rule

After repeated strictures of the Supreme Court, Bihar has a fine of Rs 2500 on a stylish number plate car from April 2012. High security registration plate is required. But, on Wednesday, high security plates were not seen in the trains of 48 MLAs. These also included ministers’ cars and the car of the biggest leader of the opposition, Tejashwi Yadav.

Grand Alliance bets backfired

Lalu fodder from jail

The numberless Scorpio was also not stopped

An MLA reached the assembly on Wednesday at 9:50 am with a Scorpio car. Under Section 41 of the Motor Act 2019, a car without number cannot go on the road, but this new car was not stopped. By 11 pm, two such vehicles were seen by the Bhaskar team coming to the assembly premises.

An Honorable arrived in the assembly in a black glass carriage.

An Honorable arrived in the assembly in a black glass carriage.

Prison administration in Lalu’s viral audio case

Lalu’s viral audio will be investigated

Also reached by black film vehicles

It is illegal to place black film on vehicles. For this, 500 rupees is fine under 100/2 Motor Act 177. The police team on the R block is targeting such vehicles, but on Wednesday, the policemen did not pay attention to the vehicles BR09R1050 and WB10A4315, which reached the assembly with black film.

Bumper Crash Guard was not just on 30 vehicles, the rest broke the rules

Under section 190-191 of the Motor Act 1988, a crash guard and bull bar cannot be installed in any vehicle, but on Wednesday only 30 vehicles, including the car of CM Nitish Kumar, were found which did not have a bumper crash guard. Most of the vehicles had crash guards back and forth. According to the report of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, there are more deaths in accidents due to crash guards.

People in front seats in 19 vehicles did not put seat belts

19 vehicles were seen in which people sitting in front did not put seat belts. People driving these vehicles also did not have seat belts. There is a fine of 500 rupees for not putting seat belts in the motor act, but this rule was broken in 19 luxury vehicles coming in the assembly.

An honorable arrived assembly without wearing a mask.

An honorable arrived assembly without wearing a mask.

Kovid fined 13334 people in two days, people arrived in 19 trains without masks

The new government has placed a large order on masks and social distancing in view of the threat of Corona. A campaign is being run all over the state. In two days, 13,334 people were challaned because they did not wear masks. A fine of Rs 6 lakh 66 thousand 700 was charged from them, but on Wednesday, the passengers in the 19 vehicles reached the assembly were seen without a mask. Some had put on a mask even if the nose was open. The driver also appeared without a mask with the person sitting in the car, but the police did not stop them.

(With input from Amit Jaiswal)

Advertisement

bareilly