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   Hyderabad Police Drive against ‘improper number plate’ vehicles

Hyderabad News: The Hyderabad Traffic Police Department took a good initiative to conduct a drive in the city from the coming Monday that is 13 August 2012. The focus is mainly on the improper driving; wrong number plates and on people who are not having required documents while driving.


The Additional Commissioner of Police officially stated to press that this initiative is taken to reduce the increasing number of fraud cases with respect to vehicles in the city. He also stated that 5000 INR will be charged as fine for those who don’t have a proper number plate as per the MV Act. Also they made sure that improper numbering will not be allowed on the plates and words like Police, Govt Vehicle nad Press etc wont be accepted unless they have the supporting documents.


A criminal case will be booked against anybody who comes under this list of “law breach” made by the police for the sake of drive. The required documents like driving license and registration papers will definitely checked by the police hereafter. The vehicles will be seized by the police if any rule is not followed.


The seized vehicles will be released after paying a hefty amount of fine. Also the vehicle owners and their children should attend the counseling classes conducted by “Traffic Training Institute” before taking back their vehicles.

Tags: Traffic Training Institute, Additional Commissioner of Police Hyderabad, Hyderabad City Police Department drive, Hyderabad City Police Department, MV Act, Traffic Rules

Wed 08 Aug, 2012,11:35:56 PM
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