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ARTO Kishtwar issues notices against overloading
8/24/2018 10:25:59 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik
Early Times Report
Kishtwar, Aug 24: Taking cognizance ET report highlighting overloading by transporters on various routes in Kishtwar District published in its 21-8-2018 edition, Assistant Regional Transport Officer (ARTO) Kishtwar issued notice to the vehicle owners for cancellation of their route permits for violation of traffic rules.
It is pertinent to mention that despite losing several lives, over loading of passenger vehicles goes unchecked in majority of areas in Kishtwar District.
As per the details available with Early Times, ARTO Kishtwar issues notices to several passenger vehicle owners for violating motor vehicle act 1988, 1979 MVA, 194, 184 MVA seeking explanation from them within a week.
As per the video available with ET, an ECHO van bearing Registration No. JK17-5302 was found overloaded with over 20 passengers in Chatroo area of the District. In 31 Second video, the Echo vehicle is clearly seen overloaded with
ET Impact
assengers on the roof top of the vehicle and some hanging at the back of the vehicle while the vehicle was on its way Chingam to Water some 45 KM from Kishtwar.
Similarly a bus bearing Registration No. JK17-6541 was also seen overloaded with passengers at roof top of the vehicle while some passengers were also seen hanging at the back of the vehicle. Surprisingly the police person in uniform instead of taking the action against the driver of the vehicle has boarded the same overloaded bus.
Another vehicle bearing Registration No. JK17-2337 was seen carrying passengers at its back as well as on the roof top along with LPG cylinders putting the lives of the people at risk. The people sent several photographs of overloaded passenger vehicles seeking action against the transporters for putting the lives of the people at risk.
In addition to ARTO Kishtwar action, senior police officials said that they will also register FIR against the erring violators.
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