68 challans issued in two days against autos operating without meter
Clarifying on the claims made by auto unions in the district that by mandating to fix meter in autos, police are neglecting the conditions of their ongoing court case, Dehradun Superintendent of Police (SSP) Arun Mohan Joshi said that as per his knowledge district police have not disregarded any orders given by court.
SSP Joshi further said that that the idea is to make sure that the general public is not exploited by paying extra money for transportation. For conveying the same motive a meeting was also conducted with the auto fraternity about a fortnight ago.
It is pertinent to mention here that on the first day of the application of SSP’s orders, 50 challans were issued by the district police to auto owners and drivers for operation without meter. On the second day 18 challans were issued.
It is pertinent to mention here that SSP Joshi has earlier in the month of November had passed orders that actions will be taken against the drivers of those auto rickshaws which are operating without meters from December 1.
Tuesday,03 December 2019 |PNS| Dehradun
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