"New Traffic Fines Isn't For Revenue Generation, Worried About People Lives" : Nitin Gadkari

"New Traffic Fines Isn

New Delhi: Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways on revised traffic fines, "This isn't a revenue income scheme, are you not worried about deaths of 1,50,000 people? If the state govts want to reduce this,is it not true that people neither recognise law nor have fear of it." 

Gadkari tried to address the criticism of the high penalties under the new law, saying only those who were breaking the law were paying fines. "If one does not break the law, why will he need to pay a fine?""We are jumping red signals, accidents are happening everyday, people are losing their lives. If people will have fear of law, only then will they follow rules," he said."What is more important people's lives or money," Gadkari asked, when pointed out the high penalty provisions under the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019.

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