Several two-wheeler riders managed to get fuel at filling stations,on Monday, in violation of the administration’s ‘No Helmet, No Petrol’ rule, with officials saying they were awaiting details from the Transport Department on such cases.
The Gautam Buddh Nagar administration had, in April, announced that riders without helmet would not be given fuel at filling stations in Noida and Greater Noida from June 1, in a major move aimed at improving road safety.
Eye-witnesses told PTI how some riders violating the helmet rule still got fuel and alleged no action on part of filling stations staff.
“I was at the petrol pump in queue this morning when at least four bikers got petrol ahead of me. They were not carrying any helmets with them and the staff also did not say anything to them. Read More
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