Telangana State Police have generated a staggering Rs 121.3 crore through penalties collected from major traffic rule violators across the State in 2019. The amount was generated through 25,02,746 cases that were booked under the provisions of the Motor Vehicle (MV) Act. Of these cases, overspeeding topped the list with over 11,31,712 cases followed by wrong parking of vehicles on highways and other roads with 9,56,394 cases.

The penalties were collected during various crackdowns launched by the police against violators on National and State highways and other arterial roads in district headquarters. Focus was mainly laid on half a dozen repeated violations, especially over-speeding, overloading in goods vehicles, wrong parking of vehicles on highways and other roads, goods vehicles carrying passengers, use of mobile phone while driving and not wearing seatbelt.

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