Now You Will Get Rewarded For Clicking Pictures Of Illegally Parked Cars.

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Get Rewarded For Clicking Pictures Of Illegally Parked Cars
Get Rewarded For Clicking Pictures Of Illegally Parked Cars

Now You Will Get Rewarded For Clicking Pictures Of Illegally Parked Cars.

“In my Motor Vehicle Act, I am going to add one law. Any car on road, you just take the photo on your mobile and send it to the department concerned or Police. There will be Rs 500 fine and 10 percent will go to the complainant,” Gadkari said.(Get Rewarded For Clicking Pictures Of Illegally Parked Cars)

Get Rewarded For Clicking Pictures Of Illegally Parked Cars
Get Rewarded For Clicking Pictures Of Illegally Parked Cars

Nitin Gadkari, Transport Minister on Monday made a new norm, in which citizens are requested to capture the images of the vehicles that are parked illegally and send it to authorities.

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Gadkari also announced that the person who will send the pictures will be rewarded a 10 percent share from Rs 500 fine imposed on the owner of the vehicle.

He quoted by saying,

“In my Motor Vehicle Act, I am going to add one law (provision). Any car on road, you just take the photo on your mobile and send it to the department concerned or Police. There will be Rs 500 fine and 10 per cent will go to the complainant,” Gadkari said On Monday.

He also said,

“No parking places are available. People are using roads for that,” he said.

Gadkari said he felt “ashamed” that absence of parking lots outside his own Ministry forced “ambassadors” and “big people” to park on road blocking the way to Parliament.

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The minister said big institutions should have their parking places.

He said, “every day it is shameful for me…the Ambassadors are coming … the big people are coming. Infront of Parliament, my total road is blocked and for getting permission to build a parking place I needed 13 permissions.”

Transport Bhawan is going to be the first government building to have an automated multi-level car parking facility in its premises at a cost of about Rs 9 crore.

This project is being undertaken by NHIDCL.It will consist of ground plus seven floors.\

So Let’s Get Ready To Be a Part of this New Initiative.

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