Bengaluru: 241 cases booked against a two-wheeler, collective fine stands at ₹1,25,500

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24-01-2024

    241 cases booked against a vehicle in Bengaluru

    The vehicle is a two-wheeler bearing registration number KA01JH3577

    The bike is worth just Rs 30,000!

As many as 241 cases have been booked against a two-wheeler owner Manjunath in Bengaluru. The two-wheeler bears the number KA01JH3577. He has been booked for violating several traffic rules like jumping signals, helmetless driving among others. His collective fine stands at ₹1,25,500.  

Interestingly, the bike he owns is worth Rs 30,000!

He was found breaking traffic rules in areas like Koramangala, Wipro Park, Aishwarya Junction, HAL Old Airport road, Rajajinagar, among other areas. 

One of his traffic violations was captured by the CCTV cameras at the Adugodi signal. Though the police have registered cases against him, he is yet to be traced. 

Traffic violations 

With Bengaluru being one of the most congested cities in the world, traffic woes have become a big headache. Some of the most common violations include riding on pavements, helmetless driving, wrong-lane driving, jumping signals, overspeeding among others. In one such case, an ambulance driver drove his vehicle for 400 metres even as a man got stuck on the vehicle’s bonnet in Bengaluru. He was stopped by an alert public.    

The traffic police do conduct awareness programmes regularly, but the violations only seem to be increasing. At the same time, it is imperative for the public to follow these rules voluntarily to ensure the safety of others. 

Bengaluru: 241 cases booked against a two-wheeler, collective fine stands at ₹1,25,500

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    241 cases booked against a vehicle in Bengaluru

    The vehicle is a two-wheeler bearing registration number KA01JH3577

    The bike is worth just Rs 30,000!

As many as 241 cases have been booked against a two-wheeler owner Manjunath in Bengaluru. The two-wheeler bears the number KA01JH3577. He has been booked for violating several traffic rules like jumping signals, helmetless driving among others. His collective fine stands at ₹1,25,500.  

Interestingly, the bike he owns is worth Rs 30,000!

He was found breaking traffic rules in areas like Koramangala, Wipro Park, Aishwarya Junction, HAL Old Airport road, Rajajinagar, among other areas. 

One of his traffic violations was captured by the CCTV cameras at the Adugodi signal. Though the police have registered cases against him, he is yet to be traced. 

Traffic violations 

With Bengaluru being one of the most congested cities in the world, traffic woes have become a big headache. Some of the most common violations include riding on pavements, helmetless driving, wrong-lane driving, jumping signals, overspeeding among others. In one such case, an ambulance driver drove his vehicle for 400 metres even as a man got stuck on the vehicle’s bonnet in Bengaluru. He was stopped by an alert public.    

The traffic police do conduct awareness programmes regularly, but the violations only seem to be increasing. At the same time, it is imperative for the public to follow these rules voluntarily to ensure the safety of others. 

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