Ratan Tata's car number used fraudulently! Here is how it was exposed by police after challan slapped
Yes, Ratan Tata's car number has been used fraudulently! In a serious case of violation of Motor Vehicles Act in Mumbai, a case of illegally using car number of famous businessman Ratan Tata has come to the fore.
Yes, Ratan Tata's car number has been used fraudulently! In a serious case of violation of Motor Vehicles Act in Mumbai, a case of illegally using car number of famous businessman Ratan Tata has come to the fore. The matter surfaced after Mumbai traffic police challaned a car and sent the e-challan to Ratan Tata's office. Swinging into action, when Ratan Tata’s office enquired, it was shocked to learn that the India’s the business tycoon's car was never taken to the place, where the vehicle in question was challaned.
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Apparently, Ratan Tata's car number MH01 DK 0111 was being used by some woman. After confirming from multiple sources, Ratan Tata's office informed the police about illegal use of Ratan Tata’s vehicle number. When police investigated the matter, they found the car with the same number plate as that of Ratan Tata’s was left abandoned in Five Gardens area in Mumbai’s Matunga.
Police seized the vehicle and launched an investigation into the matter. Further investigation revealed that the vehicle was driven by some woman. Police were yet to identify the woman and was searching for the accused.
As per the Indian Motor vehicles Act, new rules that has come to the force since September 2019, those driving vehicles without permit will be charged Rs 10,000 fine or up to 6 months prison, community service. The old law imposed a fine of Rs 5,000 on person committing the same violation. For driving/riding without registration, the traffic law imposes a fine of Rs 5,000 and Rs 10,000 for subsequent offence.
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