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Hit And Run New Law: Senior officials held a meeting with truck and school bus union operators, gave information about the new law.

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Hit And Run New Law: Senior officials held a meeting with truck and school bus union operators, gave information about the new law.

Rakesh Chaturvedi, Bhopal. In accordance with the instructions given by the Madhya Pradesh High Court, Additional Chief Secretary Home, Secretary Transport and other senior officials along with truck and school bus union operators to end the strike in protest against the new legal provision regarding hit and run. The meeting took place.

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Additional Chief Secretary Home Dr. Rajesh Rajoura said that necessary information was given to the union representatives regarding the proposed new laws in the meeting. He said that the amount of fine has not been specifically mentioned in Section 106 (2) of the Indian Judicial Code. The publicity regarding the provision of fine amount of Rs 7 lakh or Rs 10 lakh is misleading and false. He said that if the driver timely informs the police about the death in the accident, then in that case there is a provision of bail section in the new law.

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Additional Chief Secretary Home Dr. Rajoura said that in Section 106 (2) of the proposed Indian Judicial Code, a maximum punishment of 10 years has been described only in that situation and no minimum punishment has been defined, when a motor vehicle driver is involved in a road accident. After the death of the person, he absconds from the spot without informing the police or magistrate. If a person meets with an accident and informs the police or magistrate in this regard, then the provisions of Section 106(2) of the Indian Judicial Code do not apply to him. It has also been clarified that the punishment mentioned in the law is determined by the Honorable Court after following the entire legal process.

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Additional Chief Secretary Home Dr. Rajoura and other officials informed the representatives of various truck, school and bus operator unions about the provisions, clarified the conditions and called upon them to cooperate to continue the services and end the strike.

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