Punjab-Registered Maruti Suzuki Gypsy With AK-47 Sticker Fined in UP
The vehicle with AK47 sticker had registration that expired in 2011 and did not have a fitness certificate and it was not confirmed who was the owner of the vehicle.
A Maruti Gypsy from Punjab with an AK-47 rifle sticker on it was issued a challan and fine of Rs 12,000 by the assistant regional transport officer (ARTO), Pilibhit, Virendra Singh. On the automobile, the phrase "The world power of the Khalsa" was also painted. The district police have been tasked with conducting a proper investigation, according to the ARTO. According to Singh, the vehicle was parked outside a private English medium school in Pilibhit city. It had Punjab registration number, and the driver was asked to produce documents, including fitness certificate of the vehicle.
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The registration of the vehicle had expired in 2011 and it did not have a fitness certificate. The driver, identified as Charanjeet Singh, could not produce his driving licence, the ARTO said. An elderly woman, along with a child, was seated inside the car and had reached the school to receive children of her family, he said.
It could not be confirmed whether the woman was the vehicle owner. Superintendent of police Atul Sharma said that keeping in view the gravity of the matter, he would look into the matter and ask the ARTO for necessary information about the vehicle.
With IANS Inputs