New Delhi: In the national capital of Delhi, two-wheeler drivers fearlessly break traffic rules. If you look at Delhi Traffic Police statistics, between January 1 and April 15, 2023, the police issued challans worth 1.70 lakhs for not wearing a helmet while riding.
If we look at the statistics of the past years, the number of challans has increased drastically. A total of 170,284 two-wheeler drivers were fined between January 1 and April 15, according to data from the Delhi Traffic Police. In 2022, this number was 114,908. In 2021, the number of Chalans was only 34,346.
Under the Motor Vehicles Act, two-wheelers can be fined Rs 2,000 for not wearing a helmet or not wearing a helmet properly. The ISI marking on the helmet is mandatory. The key strap of the helmet must be tied. It must not be broken.
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