New Delhi: A day after the newly-amended Motor Vehicles Act came into effect on Sunday (September 01), a Delhi-based two-wheeler owner was fined a whopping Rs 23,000 in the NCR town of Gurugram.

As per details available, the Haryana Traffic Police issued a challan of Rs 23,000 to one Dinesh Madan, a resident of Geeta Colony in East Delhi, for violation of multiple traffic rules.

The challan was issued by the Traffic Police, West Zone, Haryana at Deep Plaza, located opposite District Court in Gurugram.

Dinesh Madan, owner of the scooty, was fined for not carrying driving licence, registration certificate, third-party insurance, pollution certificate and driving (riding) without a helmet.

The challan note stated:

Driving without driving licence – Rs 5000

Driving without registration certificate – Rs 5000

Driving without third-party insurance – Rs 2000

Violating air pollution standards – Rs 10,000

Driving without helmet or turban – Rs 1000

Total fine - Rs 23000

The vehicle was impounded by the traffic police, the challan noted.