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Bengaluru: Habitual traffic offender fined Rs 42,500


Team Udayavani, Oct 31, 2020, 8:13 AM IST

Bengaluru: A habitual road rule violator got the shock of his life when the traffic police here imposed on him a fine of Rs 42,500 on Friday.

During a regular inspection, a sub-inspector stopped Arun Kumar, a resident of Madivala in the city, and found that the motorist had been involved in 77 cases of rule violation. A two-meter-long challan was generated on the spot and handed over to Kumar, the police said.

Also, it came to light that he had purchased a second-hand scooter for about Rs 20,000 and the two-wheeler has been impounded.

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