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The Hyderabad City Police have requested citizens not to believe any rumours about “new traffic fines” in the city warning that those who are found spreading the fake information will be prosecuted as per law. The police further asked the residents to contact them on 8712660652 in case of any queries.

The Hyderabad City Police took their Twitter to spread awareness among citizens and dismiss the false rumors about new fines for violations of traffic in the city. It was reiterated that the fines against traffic violations are in accordance with 2011 guidelines issued in the erstwhile combined state of Andhra Pradesh and are not newly levied fines.

“Don't believe in rumors”, the notification said adding that "All fines against traffic violations are in accordance with G.O. Ms. No. 108, Dated 18.08.2011, issued in the erstwhile combined state of Andhra Pradesh and are not newly imposed.”

The current fine



amount for violations:

1. For Triple Riding two-wheelers
-Under sections 128/177 and 184 the current amount is Rs 1,200 and the old amount was also the same Rs 1200.

2. For wrong-side driving-
-For two-wheelers and three-wheelers: under section 119/177 current fine is Rs 200 and the old fine was Rs 1,100.
-For four-wheelers and above under sections 119/177 and 179 the current fine amount is Rs 700 and the old fine amount was Rs 1,100.

3. Wrong side driving for second offence onwards, if repeated within six months

-For two wheelers and three wheelers: under section 119/177 and 179 (1), the current fine amount is Rs 700 while the old amount was Rs 1,100.

-For four-wheelers and above: Under sections 119/177 and 179(1) and 184 the current fine amount for the violation is Rs 1,700 while the old fine was Rs 1,100.

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