BJP MP Manoj Tiwari Violets Traffic Rules Faces Challan Of 41 Thousand Rupees In Delhi Tiranga Bike Rally
Delhi Traffic Police has cut a huge challan of 41...
Delhi Traffic Police has cut a huge challan of 41 thousand rupees for BJP MP Manoj Tiwari. Manoj Tiwari is accused of violating the traffic rules during BJP’s tricolor rally. On Wednesday, BJP took out a tricolor bike rally from Delhi’s Red Fort. During this, Manoj Tiwari was riding a bike without a helmet. In view of this, when the Delhi Police investigated, the license and pollution card were not found with the BJP MP. Not only this, the bike that Manoj Tiwari was driving did not even have a number plate. On this the traffic police cut his challan.
BJP MP Manoj Tiwari has expressed regret for violating the traffic rules by tweeting after the challan was deducted. He wrote that I want to apologize for not wearing a helmet and today I will fill the challan. With this, he requested the people not to make such a mistake.
Very Sorry for not wearing helmet today. I will pay the challan @dtptraffic 🙏 .. clear number plate of vehicle is shown in this photo and location was Red Fort.
All of you are requested not to drive two wheeler without helmet. #DriveSafe family and friends need you 🙏 pic.twitter.com/MrhEbcwsxZ
— Manoj Tiwari (@ManojTiwariMP) August 3, 2022
While taking action against Manoj Tiwari, Delhi Traffic Police will get Rs 1000 for not wearing helmet, Rs 10,000 for not having pollution certificate, Rs 5000 for not having number plate, Rs 5000 for not having number plate and for bike owner violation. A fine of Rs 20,000 has been imposed for this. In this way, a total challan of Rs 41 thousand has been deducted against Manoj Tiwari. A senior official informed that the MP did not have helmet, driving license, pollution certificate and vehicle registration, on which his challan was deducted and the challan of the owner of the vehicle has been deducted separately.
Let us tell you that this time 75 years of India’s independence are being completed, in view of this, the Government of India is running the Amrit Mahotsav campaign of independence. Under this campaign, BJP ministers and MPs participated in the tricolor bike rally from Red Fort in Delhi on Wednesday.