New Delhi, Sep 13: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday favoured Motor Vehicle Act, stating that with the new law, traffic condition has become better in the National Capital.
However, the Chief Minister also said if the people in the city were facing problems, then the Delhi government can reduce the fines which have been hiked under the amended Act.
"There has been an improvement in the national capital's traffic ever since the new Motor Vehicles Act has been enforced," Mr Kejriwal told media persons while announcing to start of Odd-Even vehicle rationing scheme from November 4-15 again to reduce air pollution.
Two days ago Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari announced that the ''states can revise fines if they want''under the new laws.
Under the amended Motor Vehicles Amendment Act 2019, penalties for violation of traffic rules, has been enhanced many hold times. (UNI)