Utility News: If the person sitting in the back seat of the car did not do so, then he will have to pay a fine of one thousand rupees

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In view of road accidents, the police have now become strict about the traffic rules. For this reason, it has been made mandatory by the government to put a safety belt on the back seat. On behalf of the Delhi Traffic Police, now they have started cutting challans for those who do not put safety belts on the back seat. 

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According to reports, now a fine of one thousand rupees is being imposed on those who do not wear seat belts here. In this regard, information has been received from the Delhi Police that a campaign is being run in the country under public awareness regarding the use of seat belts.

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 Earlier, seat belts were made mandatory for all the passengers of the car by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari. Under which the seat belt was also made mandatory for the person sitting in the back seat. Failure to do so may result in the person having to pay a challan of Rs. 1000.