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In Haryana, motorists won't be stopped for documents checking if they obey traffic rules

IndiaTimes Thursday, 11 July 2019
Motorists in Haryana will not be stopped for getting their documents checked if they do not "visibly" break any traffic rule, state police chief Manoj Yadava said here on Thursday. "The objective of implementing this novel initiative is to make motorists follow traffic rules, to ensure road safety to the maximum and to curb violations on roads," he said.
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