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UK PM Rishi Sunak fined by police for failing to wear seat belt

Rishi Sunak, who apologised on Thursday for a "brief error of judgement", had uploaded the video to Instagram during a trip to northwest England. It was widely shared by other users who noticed that he had not buckled up.

Britain's Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. (Photo by CARLOS JASSO/AFP)
Published on Jan 21, 2023 08:21 AM IST
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Rishi Sunak apologises for removing car seat belt: ‘Brief error of judgement’

In the UK, passengers caught failing to wear a seatbelt while in a car, unless covered by a valid medical exemption, can be given an on-the-spot fine of 100 pounds, increasing to 500 pounds if the case goes to court.

Britain's Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
Updated on Jan 20, 2023 08:37 AM IST

Mumbai Police reacts to comedian's seatbelt post, says ‘safety is never a joke!’

The mandatory rear seat belt rule has been put on hold by Mumbai Police till November 10 to spread public awareness.

Mumbai Police reminded comedian Atul Khatri that 'safety is never a joke' after he made fun of the mandatory rear seat belt rule. (HT File)
Published on Nov 03, 2022 03:13 PM IST

Seat belts compulsory for all passengers in cars in Mumbai from tomorrow: Report

“All motor vehicle drivers and all commuters in vehicles, whoever travels on the road of Mumbai City are hereby informed that, it will be mandatory for drivers and all passengers to wear seat belts while traveling from 01/11/2022”, the Mumbai Police said.

Not just Mumbai, even the Delhi Traffic Police carried out a campaign to create awareness among commuters to wear rear seat belts(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Published on Oct 31, 2022 10:57 AM IST
By | Written by Aryan Prakash

Centre issues draft rules for mandatory rear seat belt alarms: Report

Union road transport minister Nitin Gadkari had already announced that wearing seat belt at the back seat will be mandatory for all and the violators will be punished.

The Centre has already sent notices to e-commerce platforms asking them to stop selling devices which disable seat belt alarms.
Published on Sep 21, 2022 10:02 AM IST
By | Written by Aryan Prakash
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