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52 people from bjp bike rally got challan by traffic police in nitin gadkari’s hometown nagpur
The police in Union minister Nitin Gadkari’s hometown, Nagpur, took action against 52 participants of a motorcycle rally organised by the BJP on Wednesday for not wearing helmets and riding triple-seat. Gadkari, Nagpur MP and Union Road Transport Minister, is a staunch supporter of hiked penalties for traffic offences under the amended Motor Vehicles Act.
The motorbike rally was part of a procession of vehicles which took BJP working president JP Nadda from the city airport to Deekshabhhomi, Dr B R Ambedkar’s memorial. Nadda, though, travelled in a car. He was here to address a gathering of party workers ahead of Maharashtra assembly polls.
A senior traffic police official said 52 ‘challans’ (fine receipts) were issued to two-wheeler riders for driving without helmets and riding triple-seat during the event.
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