Heres an interesting recommendation of parliamentary committee for traffic personnel

aimed at checking any possibility of corruption on either side

Heres an interesting recommendation of parliamentary committee for traffic personnel

A parliamentary panel has made some crucial recommendations while examining the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill 2017, including that the traffic police personnel wear body cameras.

This is aimed at checking any possibility of corruption on either side.

The parliamentary panel is a 24-member Select Committee of the Rajya Sabha and it has recommended enactment of the legislation without any modification.

Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari had said he expects the bill to be passed in the current session.

The Vinay P Sahasrabuddhe-headed committee, considering the “rampant corruption in RTOs and transport sector”, also recommended registration of vehicles by dealers and non- production of vehicles at RTOs.

The panel said the bill in no way infringes upon the rights of the states, as apprehend by some state governments.

States like Rajasthan, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have already implemented the dealer registration system, it said, adding fear of malpractices by the dealers is out of place as there are very stringent penalties imposed on them for any kind of wrongdoing.

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