Bengaluru: Man leaves bike with cops after being asked to pay Rs 42,000 fine


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Oct 31: Vehicle riders had a temporary respite during the corona lockdown. With the lockdown restrictions being relaxed, the traffic police have become very active again.

The city witnesses a lot of traffic rule violations, and the police, determined to collect fines for such things from the offenders, have been causing tension for the vehicle riders. Some habitual rule breakers appear to have adopted rule violation as a part of their routine. The traffic rules break challans of some of the riders even shock the police.

In one such case, a motor bike rider identified as Arun Kumar was found to have violated traffic rules 77 times. Arun was caught by a team of Madivala traffic police inspector Naveen Kumar, and sub-inspector Shivaraj Kumar. The biker was imposed with a fine of Rs 42500.

The police, after serving the notice, have taken the motor bike into possession. Arun was asked to pay fine and get back his two-wheeler. It is gathered that Arun left the bike with police as he said that he will not pay the fine which was more than the actual worth of the vehicle.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Rajesh, mangalore

    Sun, Nov 01 2020

    Just calculate,

    Police Income Per day, take 100 to 500

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  • Sathish, Bahrain/mangalore

    Sun, Nov 01 2020

    First arrest him.then find out how many more vehicles he has got. To break his ego.so next time he does not dare to surrender despite crime against the law.if the si can show his face why not the offender.

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  • Dhiraj, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 01 2020

    The cops should have informed him about his previous offences by mail/sms or post. Just suddenly coming up with that kind of figure shows how damaged and arbitrary our systems are.!

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    Its not that simple. While auctioning the scooter involves procedure, it won't fetch Rs.42,000/= So, the balance amount needs to be paid by Arun, anyway, legally speaking.

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  • William, Mangaluru

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    Where were the RTO police? They should have served the notice much earlier to his registered addresss. Probably they were sleeping. Mera Bharat Mahan.

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  • AR Kunil, Mangalore

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    The RTO cannot sleep over the previous offences for months and years. The latest offences in last one month should only be taken into consideration.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    What if i have some unknowing violations, how can i check because if i go to station then they will manufacture some.

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  • Monty Dotor, Mangalore

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    Police is supposed to upload challans on Vahan website where you can check and even pay without going to the police station .

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  • Kishore Kumar, Mangaluru

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    Is is fine on vehicle (RC) or the rider (DL) ?

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  • Kavin, Udupi

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    This scoter may be under bank loan and bank may loose from this.

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  • Clifford, Mangalore

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    Driver made mistake and the driver is free???
    Arrest him. Cancel his license. Let him deposit the money to get the bail........

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  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    arrest and cancel license for what ? attempt to murder / hit and run case ??????????? owing a vehicle and riding is not enough is not enough, some knowledge about motor vehicle act, rules is must

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  • CHRISTINE, MANGALORE

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    vehicles are coming from wrong direction. vehicles are parked at the entrance of the cross road and the vehicles coming from main road are not seen. Any fine for them

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  • Raj, mangalore

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    77 times.. why police has not found him till 77th? how could police allow him to commit 77 times?? does he live in another planet?? RTO has no responsibility to find him when he breaks rules at initial stage?? so that he could have learnt lessons and corrected himself. what is this man???🤥🤥🤥

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  • SB, Mlore

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    Makes sense. Auction the vehicle and recover as much as you can. If anythng remains, hand it over to Arun back minus service charges for all your efforts.

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    Fishy 77.

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  • Kiran Poojary, Bengaluru/Mangaluru

    Sat, Oct 31 2020

    A wise decision by Arun :-)

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