You must have heard many incidents about drivers and fines associated with traffic infractions. It might sound silly, but have you ever heard that a car driver has been assigned a challan for not wearing a helmet while driving the vehicle. The Indian Police Department is really strict regarding the helmet rule, but it appears to have performed a blunder after a car driver was issued a challan for not wearing a helmet.
കേരളാപോലീസിന്റെ ചരിത്രത്തിൽ ഒരു പൊൻതൂവൽ കുടി ശാസ്താംകോട്ട ചവറ റൂട്ടിൽ കൊചാഞ്ഞിലിമൂടിന് കിഴക്കുവശം KL-61-D-8000 NEXON…
So, what do you think, is it a conscious activity or just a misunderstanding. The report was posted on social media by Gopa Kumar, the owner of Tata Nexon from Kerela. The post consists of a traffic fine slip and the car. He explained that the traffic police stopped him while he was driving. The officers stopped and issued a fine of Rs 100 to him. As per the image, the reason for fine is clearly mentioned as “No Helmet”.
Actually, it was just a mistake done by the traffic police. Although, the real reason for the challan is not known or explained by the man. It could also happen that the receipt was issued previously for the different rider with no helmet, while it was handed to this Tata Nexon owner for breaking traffic rule. The police were already stopping riders on the Chavara road check-post and issuing challan for the rule-breakers so, it was just a confusion.
However, it is not a serious matter as it has now become common in India. The traffic police don’t keep a record of the challan’s issued so, it is more easygoing these days. The event that the vehicle’s licence number is mentioned correctly in the receipt indicates that the officers were staring at the beautiful car, Nexon SUV or the driver’s official documents when the mistake happened. Previously, a Royal Enfield rider was charged a challan for ‘not wearing a seat belt’.
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