New Traffic Rules and their impact on bribery by traffic police - Inputs Sought

The Motor Vehicle Act 2019 came into effect from Sep 1, 2019 and is being heavily discussed by citizens. The act calls for increase in fines by several times for most of the violations.

One of the top concerns raised by citizens is the increase in potential bribery by traffic police officials. With this post, we would like to seek your inputs on what you have experienced yourself, or what your friends, family, colleagues have experienced in the 5 days since the new rules came into effect.

In addition, if you have inputs on how traffic police corruption can be kept in check, please share the same.

We look forward to your insights and inputs! more  

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Why do they not accept DL provided by GOI in DIGILOCKER ? Police also needs to be trained for use of digital technology. more  
The police will be benefited as there's no check.There going rates will increase.The best one can do is to have all cross roads covered with the CCTV.Secondly the fine to be paid only through electronic facilities & public should be made aware of this provision. more  
The move is very good.Have a heavy budget for installation of a network of powerful cctv cameras and use extensive electronic surveillance to reduce to minimum contact of CHOR POLICE to CHOR CITIZENS.The culprits will be marked and challans will follow. more  
The move is very good and we should support the government. There are many protest for heavy fines but why these fines will be charged? If you are following the rules , nothing to worry if you are law breaker surely it will pinch. For police corruption again we bribe them for our gain. Being a responsible citizen we should obey the law of land. this rash driving and jumping red light etc are fetal many time of drive and other persons on road.To minimise the corruption body camera is a good solution. more  
By nature, Indians are law breakers. Why they avoid Insurance, DL, RC, Helmet,
Pollution certificate, use of pressure horns etc. and blame police for corruption which
is in every Govt. institution that's why India is one of the most corrupt countries in
the world. The bribe taking police personnel should be summarily dismissed from service.
The business of suspension and then reinstatement must be stopped as it brings
suffcient business/money to judiciary as the corrupt suspended officials gladly pay
huge bribes to bribes to get stay orders and then favour on as per the orders of
'honurable' judges. The corrupt judiciary including CAT/SAT/AFT/Tribunals had
ruined the system of governance in India and need major overhaul. more  
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