Amazing! Invoice of electric scooter cut, knowing the reason will leave you laughing


The adoption of electric vehicles is considered to be a wiser because they are not harmful to the environment and do not cause any air pollution. On the other hand, how would you feel knowing that an electric scooter owner has been fined for not having a valid Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate. Yes, you read it right, and this incident is not from any other country, but from India only. In fact, in a shocking incident, the Kerala Traffic Police has issued a challan of Rs 250 to an electric scooter owner for not having a valid PUC certificate.

Cartorq has shared the photographs of the vehicle and the e-challan issued by the Kerala Traffic Police on the social media platform. share Which shows that it was released on September 6 (Tuesday) at Nilancheri in Malappuram district of Kerala. The scooter Ather 450X was launched in December 2018. These pictures are becoming fiercely viral on social media. The amount of the challan is Rs.250. The picture of the receipt shows that the challan has been generated under section 213(5)(e) of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.

Users on social media are even tagging Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and appealing to look into the matter.

This is not the first time that this type of challan has been made apart from the rules. NDTV’s accordingIn July, a man in Kerala was fined for riding his motorcycle without enough fuel with passengers. The man was riding his Royal Enfield motorcycle when the challan was issued and the amount was also Rs 250.

On the other hand, the publication made another Report Reportedly, a car owner in Uttar Pradesh, who was challaned for not wearing a helmet while driving, started wearing a helmet regularly while driving to express his anger.

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