If you are roaming around with less oil in the car, then be careful, otherwise, the challan will be deducted!

If you are roaming around with less oil in the car, then be careful, otherwise, the challan will be deducted!

You must have seen many types of challans on the bike, but have you ever seen the challan stating the reason for the low petrol? This type of challan has not happened anywhere else but in India. This case is from Kerala, where the challan of a person was deducted because he was riding a motorcycle with less petrol. Now a photo of that challan cut by the police is going viral on social media.

Although the reason for deducting the challan by the traffic police is RC, pollution, license, insurance, etc. The photo of this challan is becoming quite viral on social media.

bike of Kerala resident
If you look at the challan slip, then it is dated 22 July 2022, and information about the vehicle number has also been given in it, which has been half erased due to privacy. This is a motorcycle and it is from Kerala. In this, the name of the bike owner has been mentioned as Basil Shyam. In this, the reason for deducting the challan has been given to driving without efficient fuel. This challan is only for Rs 250.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been invoiced
Shyam, who cut the challan, has shared the information of this news on his social media account. He has told that he was on his way to the office on his Royal Enfield Classic 350 when a cop stopped him for driving in the opposite direction on the road. After which he was asked to pay a fine of Rs 250, the amount of which he paid and due to haste went to the office with the purse.

Why is challan done when petrol is low?
After this, he carefully looked at the receipt, in which it was written that the challan has been deducted due to petrol work. A few days later, an official of the Motor Vehicle Department called him and inquired about the matter. When Shyam told her that it is an offense to drive without sufficient fuel with passengers, however, it does not apply to private vehicles.