Watch | This old video of bikers walking their bikes could be your new ‘jugaad’ to escape new traffic fines
New Delhi | Jagran Trending Desk: Since the implementation of the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019, under which the government has introduced hefty fines for traffic violations like drunk driving, driving without helmet, seat belt, the netizens have come up with some rib-tickling memes on the new law.
With hundreds of jokes and memes circulating on the internet regarding the hefty fines imposed by the traffic police on some violators, a video has emerged on the internet which perfectly define the saying, “Modern problems need modern solution”, and showcased the “jugadu attitude” of the Indian masses.
In the video, a bunch of people can be seen walking their bikes in the middle of a busy street, in front of traffic cops who seem to be highly amused, and it is captioned, "driving without a helmet is illegal, walking isn't".
However, the video is not new and have surfaced earlier on the internet, yet it has gone viral all over again because its fitting with the situation completely.
The video is shared by an IPS officer Pankaj Nain on the micro-blogging site Twitter with a caption, "innovative ways to avoid traffic challans." And Indians are the kings and queens of jugaad, there's no denying that”.
Watch the video and some entertaining reactions to it here:
A smart guy in blue shirt was not wearing helmet, he got down and started to walk pulling his bike entire patch where helmet violation drive was going on.— Vinod Sajnani (@vinodsajnani) November 14, 2018
Since he was not riding, @AhmedabadPolice allowed him to pass.
Location Riverfront Near Dadhichi Bridge East, 14Nov 6:10pm pic.twitter.com/SYBqAQLAmH
The Motor Vehicles Amendment Act, approved by President Ram Nath Kovind last month, aims at stricter punishment for violation of traffic regulations.
Under the new rule, a fine of Rs 1,000 will be imposed on those who do not wear helmets or do not wear seat belts which were earlier Rs 100 whereas those without driving license can be fined up to Rs 5,000 or can be imprisoned for three months.
Posted By: Talib Khan