Mumbai: New Traffic Rule: There is news of big relief for Mumbaikars. Now the traffic police will not be able to harass you by stopping unnecessarily, will not be able to check your vehicle unnecessarily. Commissioner of Police (CP) Hemant Nagrale has issued a circular in this regard to the traffic department.
Traffic police will not be able to check the car
It has been said in the circular that the traffic police will not check the vehicles, especially where the check is blocked, they will only monitor the traffic and focus on it that the traffic moves normally. They will stop a vehicle only if it is making any difference to the speed of the traffic.
Checking affects traffic
In fact, it has often been seen that the traffic police stop the vehicles anywhere on the basis of suspicion and start checking their boots and the inside of the vehicle. Due to which the traffic on that road is affected.
Traffic monitoring the first priority
In this circular issued by CP Nagrale to the traffic department, all the traffic police have been asked to stop checking the vehicles as the traffic is increasing on the roads, they have also been asked to give priority to monitoring the movement of traffic. Is. It has been said in the circular that if the motorists are violating the traffic rules, then they can be charged by the traffic police under the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act.
Action will be taken if the rules are not followed
They should not be involved in any kind of inspection of vehicles. During the joint blockade by the traffic police and local police, the traffic police will only take action against traffic violations and will not check vehicles. If these instructions are not strictly implemented, the Senior Inspector of the concerned traffic post will be held responsible.
Boot not checked on mere suspicion
A senior official of the traffic police made it clear that the traffic police should not check the boot of vehicles on the basis of suspicion and should not stop them. He said that our jawans will continue challaning against traffic offenses as before and will stop the traffic violators.