Ahmedabad . A lot has been heard recently about the action taken against those who modify their vehicles, but now along with this, the Gujarat Police has also started a campaign against those who apply dark film on the windows of the car. In which fines were collected from those who used dark film on their windows and mirrors. If you read this news carefully, we will tell what is the mistake due to which you can also be fined.
Surat Police has started a campaign from 2nd September. This special drive lasted from September 2 to September 6, under which the police registered about 2,531 cases in which there were dark films on the windows of the car. Under this special drive, the police recovered around Rs 12.65 lakh as fine. Police Commissioner Ajay Singh Tomar ordered a special campaign to be launched against the film Dark Window. In an interview, Ajay Singh Tomar said that – “The police have identified more than 2500 vehicles on the spot and have also taken fine from them and we will continue this campaign against those who use dark film. Simultaneously, Assistant Vehicle Commissioner BN DAVE said – “According to the Supreme Court order and the Vehicle Act, the use of dark film on the window is prohibited. Films of any kind are not allowed on car windows.
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There was trouble in identifying in CCTV
This special order to remove the dark film from the windows of the car was given after the CCTV footage of an accident on Vesu Canal Road was facing trouble in identifying the culprit as the car was covered with dark film. Along with this campaign, Surat Police will also lead a new campaign from September 6 to September 13. Under which cases will be registered against those vehicle owners who are driving vehicles without number plates or unauthorized number plates. So far, under this campaign, the police have registered cases against 150 persons and have also collected fines up to ₹47,000. All the persons driving the vehicle without number plate or with unauthorized number plate will also face legal action.
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Supreme Court’s decision
In 2012 itself, the Supreme Court banned the use of tinted tinted glass and black film. The main reason for banning black film on car windows was to commit car tampering and many other crimes. Such a film is used so that it can filter the light coming inside the car in extreme heat, so that the temperature inside the cabin remains normal. However, some car companies in India like Maruti Suzuki and Baleno come with UV cut glass. The UV cut glasses are of dark green color which caters to the needs of Indian motorists. And the consent of RTO is also obtained for using UV cut glass.
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