This is the third time that the ministry has extended the validity of the documents. Earlier, similar advisories were issued by the ministry in March and June.
The validity of documents expiring between Feb 1 and June 30 has been extended by an order of the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.
The ministry has earlier issued an advisory on March 30, 2020 to all regarding extension of validity of the documents related to Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989.
Another point to notice is that the number of challans issued after the law was enforced has gone up.
Md Akram, a resident of Sunapali, was driving the auto-rickshaw carrying pipes having four feet back and front projection.
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The Minister said during a four-month period from September to December 2019, accidents and deaths came down to 3,563 and 1,541 compared to 3,810 and 1,856 in the corresponding period of 2018.
Previously, the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 had provided limitation of a period of six months for filing a claim petition.
The Centre has said that no state can lower traffic penalties as prescribed in the new Motor Vehicles Act.
A resolution to this effect was passed in a meeting of representatives of labour and trader associations, transport workers and driving school owners participated.
Mistry rides the horse to the town market every day to buy his rations and the hospital in case of any emergency.
Chhattisgarh joins the state of West Bengal, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Gujarat and Punjab who have revealed their differences over the enhanced penalties under the new traffic rules.
The actor had purchased a Mercedes Benz car for Rs 1.12 crores in Karnataka and brought it to Puducherry with a temporary registration.