1,467,368 ‘indirect traffic violations’ recorded in 10 days

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

1,467,368 ‘indirect traffic violations’ recorded during the first 10 days of October 2017, local daily reported.

In this 1,157,607 of them are for exceeding the speed limit and 135,201 for jumping the red signal, daily added.

The ‘indirect violations’ are those which are recorded by traffic camera or by senior ministry officials in which case a motorist is not stopped while the offence is being committed.

Earlier, the authorities started implementing stiff penalties for traffic violations, which include impounding your car for up to 2 months for over speeding, use of mobile phone while driving and driving without wearing seat belts.

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Ramabadran Ramchander
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Are these numbers real ? In the end 95% violations ( which are by citizens) will be cancelled by Wasta.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017
True concern about the speed of Pick up Vans.
We would love to see MOI authorities some action taken against Coster vehicles ( Picks up mainly nurses ) who's drivers drive so recklessly and dangerously once they enter residential areas. They see kids , elderly people , schools but has no respect to driving rules or their lives. Normally their arrogant behavior aggregates , once they enter the residential areas . MOI should arrest , put them in prison and then deport those reckless drivers.

Well done -- Keep up'''
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Well done --- MOI Keep up the good work at least this year end 2017 the P&L a/c. & Balance sheet will show profits revenue and all the deficit is cleared '''

Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Which means to achieve "target", any car can be accused without proof.

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