Hyderabad Traffic Police is on a special operation to nab vehicles with black film After several actors made headlines for getting invoices, Naga Chaitanya was caught by the police for a similar crime. Police issued an invoice of Rs 700 to the actor and later removed the black films from the windscreen of his car.
Police were conducting regular street searches when police stopped the black-out Toyota Welfare at Naga Chaitanya. The actor was in the car at the time of the incident. The checkpost was on Jubilee Hill, a posh area of Hyderabad.
The actor was allowed to leave the scene after paying the fine. The incident took place after the constant vigilance and vigilance of the police in the ongoing operation against black film.
Naga Chaitanya uses a black Toyota Welfare in his daily commute. He has given D-chrome treatment in the new car. His car has no chrome parts and all the windows have opaque paint. In India, window tinting is illegal.
All-black cars are a popular trend among actors in the southern part of the country. Recently Allu Arjun was stopped for the same reason and a consignment was also issued. He was using his all-black de-chromed Land Rover Range Rover.
Actors Allu Arjun and Kalyan Ram were detained on various occasions for running. Many other prominent celebrities in the city were also stopped.
Window tint is banned in India
Tinted window rules are one of the most violated rules in India. While the application is strict in metropolitan cities like Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai, in many other cities, motorists continue to use tinted windows to protect themselves from the sun. It should be noted that aftermarket tinted windows of any kind are not allowed in Indian cars. This was done to ensure that crimes committed inside the vehicle could be easily noticed by pedestrians.
It is to be noted that no Indian politician including the Prime Minister of the country can use such sirens and flashers in their cars. Politicians have been fined in the past for this. This time, however, Patna police did not impose any fine for illegal attachment to the roof of the vehicle. In India, only sirens and strobes are allowed in emergency vehicles such as ambulances and official police vehicles.
Also, it should be noted that under the new MV Act, the police can fine government officials twice the official amount prescribed for the general public. This rule will ensure that those in an authoritarian position do not break the rules and set an example for ordinary motorists using public roads.