Mumbai: An important news is coming out for Mumbaikars. Helmets are now mandatory for anyone sitting on the back of a bike. Mumbai Traffic Police has issued these orders today. The police have said in the order that action will be taken in 15 days.
Mumbai Police has issued these orders today. The order said that in the city of Mumbai, many cyclists ride two-wheelers without helmets. Also, the person sitting on the back of the bike does not wear a helmet. The Mumbai Police has said in its order that a person riding a two-wheeler without a helmet is liable to a fine of Rs 500 and suspension of his driving license for three months.The order states that two-wheelers and their occupants should wear helmets, otherwise legal action will be taken against the occupants of such two-wheelers in the next 15 days.
Order of Mumbai Police
Meanwhile, the number of traffic violations has increased. Therefore, Mumbai Traffic Police has taken strict steps. In the last few days, a video of six people traveling on a scooter, not one or two, has gone viral. Unfortunately, the young man sitting on the back of the scooter is seen sitting on the shoulder of a young man. The video was shot near Star Bazaar in Andheri West.
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