Minister suggests framework for reporting hit-&-run cases

The road transport ministry has suggested an online reporting framework for accidents to avoid hit-and-run provisions and potential mob fury. The law, which has not been enforced yet, imposes jail time and fines for drivers who flee accident sites. Truck, bus, and taxi drivers have protested against this provision, causing disruptions in the supply chain. To address the concerns of drivers, the government is considering using technology to allow parties to report accidents on an online platform, thus exempting them from hit-and-run cases. The final decision rests with the home ministry.


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