Ghaziabad girls pull off Bullet Stunts; UP Police issues Rs 11K challan

Ghaziabad girls pull off Bullet Stunts; UP Police issues Rs 11Kchallan

Two women bikers from Ghaziabad have been charged with a hefty challan of Rs 11,000 because of their viral video. There is a video doing rounds on the social media which features two girls pulling off massive stunts on two-wheeler. While one of the girls is riding the motorcycle, another one is sitting on her shoulder.

According to reports, the Ghaziabad police took cognizance of the video. The police have issued a challan of Rs 11000 on the vehicle registered in the name of Manju Devi.

The traffic SP, Ghaziabad, Ramanand Kushwaha, told Zee News that the action was taken so that people should follow traffic rules and do not put others’ lives in danger.

Viral video of girls performing stunt on bullet

The video went insanely viral on the internet where girls are performing stunts on Royal Enfield.  According to information, the video is from the Govindpuram area of Ghaziabad. In this 12-second video, the two young girls are dressed in red T-shirts and a yellow hat on the Bullet motorcycle.

However, as soon as the video came to the notice of UP police, strict actions have been taken. The first challan was a fine of One thousand for no helmet. The second challan of five thousand rupees was issued under the racing and trial of speed without the government’s mission and Five thousand challan under the Motor Vehicle Act, sections three and four.

What is section 3 and 4 of the Motor Vehicles Act?

As per section 3 of the Motor Vehicles Act 1988, no person can drive a vehicle without an authorized effective driving license in any public place. As per section 4 of the Act, no person below the age of 18 years can drive a vehicle in any public place.