391 women take law for a ride, challaned

  • | Thursday | 12th September, 2019

As many as 391 women have been issued challans in the past six days. As per the notification, only Sikh women wearing a turban are exempted from wearing a helmet. After the implementation of the amended Motor Vehicles (MV) Act, the traffic police decided to start challaning women riding two-wheelers and also those riding pillion without wearing helmets. As per the police statistics, 206 women have been issued challans for riding a two-wheeler without a helmet, while 185 women have been issued challans for riding pillion on a two-wheeler without wearing a helmet. Instances of women two-wheeler riders entering into arguments with traffic cops have been witnessed in the past few days after they were stopped for not wearing helmets.

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