1. New Motor Vehicles Act will not be implemented in Bengal: Mamata Banerjee  The Hindu
  2. Increased Traffic Fines Too Harsh, Won't Apply In Bengal: Mamata Banerjee  NDTV News
  3. 'Too harsh': Mamata Banerjee says won't enforce hefty fines for traffic violations  Times of India
  4. Mamata Banerjee says West Bengal will not implement new penalties under amended Motor Vehicles Act  Scroll.in
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The Trinamool Congress chief describes the new Motor Vehicle Act as very harsh.The Trinamool Congress chief describes the new Motor Vehicle Act as very harsh.

New Motor Vehicles Act will not be implemented in Bengal: Mamata Banerjee - The Hindu

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said that she will not implement the new law that imposes hefty fines for traffic violations, a day after BJP-ruled Gujarat slashed penalties.West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said that she will not implement the new law that imposes hefty fines for traffic violations, a day after BJP-ruled Gujarat slashed penalties.

Increased Traffic Fines Too Harsh, Won't Apply In Bengal: Mamata Banerjee

“Wishing my Malayalee brothers and sisters a happy #Onam. We are sure you will overcome the pain of the destruction caused by the devastating Kerala floods and prepare for a bountiful harvest next year”

Mamata Banerjee on Twitter: "Wishing my Malayalee brothers and sisters a happy #Onam. We are sure you will overcome the pain of the destruction caused by the devastating Kerala floods and prepare for a bountiful harvest next year… https://t.co/EXScnW5zEG"

“Today is the 126th anniversary of Swami Vivekananda's epochal speech at the Parliament of Religions in Chicago. His message of universal brotherhood is relevant even today. My respectful homage to the great saint”

Mamata Banerjee on Twitter: "Today is the 126th anniversary of Swami Vivekananda's epochal speech at the Parliament of Religions in Chicago. His message of universal brotherhood is relevant even today. My respectful homage to the great saint… https://t.co/VrEu2lgEFA"

“Shoot out within @AITCofficial party offices at different places is a daily phenomenon in #WB. Should @MamataOfficial accept that her party offices are the centres of crime & criminal activities? Beware of & keep safe distance please.”

Dr.Sujan Chakraborty on Twitter: "Shoot out within @AITCofficial party offices at different places is a daily phenomenon in #WB. Should @MamataOfficial accept that her party offices are the centres of crime & criminal activities? Beware of & keep safe distance please.… https://t.co/XU8LbU7DFq"

“The expressed capability to land upto moon & the support of entire nation barring few like @MamataOfficial entire country is praising @isro. @narendramodi Ji’s personal presence & encouragement for almost our 95% achievement is laudable. My salute to #Sivan for #Chandrayaan2”

Amar Singh on Twitter: "The expressed capability to land upto moon & the support of entire nation barring few like @MamataOfficial entire country is praising @isro. @narendramodi Ji’s personal presence & encouragement for almost our 95% achievement is laudable. My salute to #Sivan for #Chandrayaan2"

India News: he West Bengal government will not implement the amended Motor Vehicles Act, which provides for stiff fines for traffic violations, as it is "too harsIndia News: he West Bengal government will not implement the amended Motor Vehicles Act, which provides for stiff fines for traffic violations, as it is "too hars

'Too harsh': Mamata Banerjee says won't enforce hefty fines for traffic violations | India News - Times of India

The chief minister said it would ‘overburden people’.The chief minister said it would ‘overburden people’.

New Motor Vehicle Act: Mamata Banerjee says she will not implement heavy fines for traffic violation

The chief minister said it would ‘overburden people’.The chief minister said it would ‘overburden people’.

New Motor Vehicle Act: Mamata Banerjee says she will not implement heavy fines for traffic violation

The Act, which came into effect from September 1, aims at stricter punishment for violation of traffic regulations and to bring discipline on roads. Besides Bengal, many states including, Madhya Pradsh, Odisha, Gujarat, Punjab and Telanagana have objected to the new law.The Act, which came into effect from September 1, aims at stricter punishment for violation of traffic regulations and to bring discipline on roads. Besides Bengal, many states including, Madhya Pradsh, Odisha, Gujarat, Punjab and Telanagana have objected to the new law.

Mamata Banerjee: Increased traffic fines too harsh, won’t implement in Bengal | India News, The Indian Express

Close on the heels of Gujarat government's decision to reduce fines for violation of traffic rules for the state, now the West Bengal government has decided not to implement the amended Motor vehicles Act.

Mamata Banerjee: Not implementing stiff fines for traffic violations, amended Motor Vehicle Act very harsh | Catch News

Hefty traffic fines overburdening people, won't implement: Mamata Banerjee | IndiaToday

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Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], Sept 11 (ANI): The West Bengal government will not implement the amended Motor Vehicles Act, which provides for stiff fines for traffic violations, as it is "too harsh" on the people, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Wednesday.Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], Sept 11 (ANI): The West Bengal government will not implement the amended Motor Vehicles Act, which provides for stiff fines for traffic violations, as it is "too harsh" on the people, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Wednesday.

'Too harsh': Mamata says won't enforce hefty fines for traffic violations