Zoom News : Nov 25, 2022, 07:14 PM
Challan For Dirty Car Glass: There are many people who do not allow any dust to settle on their car. These people get the car washed on time and get it polished from time to time. However, on the other hand there are many people who do not clean the car on time and they keep driving the dirty car. If you are the second type of person, that is, your car often remains dirty and someone has told you that if the car's glasses are dirty then the police can issue a challan, then you do not need to worry. This thing is not correct.There is no rule of challan when the glass of the car is dirty.There is no such rule in the current Motor Vehicle Act, under which challan can be deducted if the glass of the car is dirty. There is no provision to deduct challan if the glass of the car is dirty. In this regard, information was also given by tweeting in the year 2019 from the office of Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari. On 25 September 2019, Nitin Gadkari's office had tweeted, in which it was said that in the new Motor Vehicle Act, there is no provision to deduct challan if the glass of the car is dirty.Invoices are not deducted even after doing thisIn this tweet, not only about this but also about many other things, it was said that challan should not be deducted, like- it was said that in the new Motor Vehicle Act (which is in force now), driving a car wearing slippers, There is no provision of challan for not keeping extra bulb, driving in lungi or wearing half sleeve shirt.