Gurugram Man Slapped With Rs. 23,000 Challan, Netizens Have Field Day

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The netizens have had a field day over the recent case of a Gurugram man being slapped with a Rs. 23,000 traffic violation challan, reacting with many angles

Written By Rishabh Mishra | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The netizens have had a field day over the recent case of a Gurugram man being slapped with a Rs. 23,000 traffic rule violation challan. Dinesh Madan, the man who was driving without a registration certificate and helmet, has been charged with a hefty amount for his mistakes. The big fine comes amid the implementation of the Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill 2019 which has brought with it a new set of penalties and fines. Regardless, the reactions from all around the internet have been funny, sassy, serious and bizarre.   

Netizen's funny reactions to Dinesh Madan's Agony 

Some people have poked fun at him with 'after' pictures.

Some other netizens have made a joke about the cost of his scooter.

A few other netizens went ahead to make judge and jury jokes.

Read: Gurugram's Dinesh Madan handed Rs 23,000 traffic challan, here's how

Dinesh Madan’s reaction after the fine 

Dinesh Madan, after being hit with the hefty fine, said that “Value of my scooty is around 15,000. I even got a copy of the registration certificate (RC) on WhatsApp from home but by then he had printed. The amount could have been less if he had waited for a while. I want that fine should be relaxed. From now on I will always carry my documents.”

Read: Nitin Gadkari: Tea may soon be served in 'kulhads' at railway stations 

Read: Maharashtra's six districts to be diesel-free, says Union Minister Nitin Gadkari

Concerned reactions to Dinesh Madan's challan

A few of the netizens took to Twitter to raise issues with Mumbai Traffic Police in order to solve their local issues.

  Some questioned the local Municipal Corporations over the pothole situation

  A few of the citizens supported the move by the government and called for stricter laws for safety.

  Other netizens defended the tweets calling out the pothole situation and raised safety questions.

Read: Maharashtra's six districts to be diesel-free, says Union Minister Nitin Gadkari 

Read: Nitin Gadkari: Tea may soon be served in 'kulhads' at railway stations

 

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