135 drivers charged in three weeks for failing to produce license
December 15, 2019 4:30 pm
More than one hundred and thirty drivers have been charged in the past three weeks for failing to produce a license for inspection.
According to the national traffic infringement record, 343 drivers were charged for driving with expired licenses between January and November while 1, 652 failed to produce their license.
Director Traffic SSP Mahesh Mishra says 135 drivers were charged for failing to produce a driver’s license, 19 were charged or driving with an expired license while 15 were charged for driving without a license.
SSP Mishra warns officers will take necessary actions through further investigation against these drivers.
“You follow the rule, you don’t have to be told what is wrong and what is right because at the end of the day when you obtain your driving license there is a condition that governs the driving license and by law which when you fail to adhere to that’s where the enforcement comes in.”
Meanwhile, 5, 541 drivers have been charged for several traffic offenses since the beginning of this month.
Sixty-one drivers were arrested and taken in custody.