21 November 2023, 03:17 PM IST
The ‘Robin’ bus was taken into custody by the Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicle Department in Coimbatore on Sunday.
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KIt has been decided to hand over the seized private bus named Robin operating on the Pathanamthitta-Coimbatore route to the owner. Coimbatore Central RTO The bus has been instructed to hand over to Girish. According to reports, Tamil Nadu has released this bus after levying a fine of Rs 10,000 for violating the permit. The bus will start its journey from Coimbatore in the evening.
The ‘Robin’ bus, which operated on the Pathanamthitta-Coimbatore route with an All India Tourist Permit, was impounded by the Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicle Department in Coimbatore on Sunday. On Sunday morning, he left Pathanamthitta and reached the Tamil Nadu border at KG at 11.30. When it reached Chavadi, Tamil Nadu Motor Transport Department blocked the vehicle. Then the bus will reach Central RTO at Gandhipuram, Coimbatore. Delivered to the office.
The bus was detained for violating the permit. Owner Robin Girish had alleged that the bus was not released despite being shown the documents. There were 23 passengers including three women and two children in the bus. On Saturday, when the first service of the bus started, the bus was stopped at four places in Kerala and fined Rs 37,500. Tamil Nadu bordering K.G. The Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicle Department also stopped the bus at Chavadi. He was fined Rs 70,410 for various violations.
The notice given to the bus owner says that the green tax has been collected from November 18 to 24. After paying the amount, he returned to Coimbatore Ukkadam at 8 pm. He was taken into custody when he arrived for the second service on Sunday. The bus was said to be produced in court on Monday, but it did not happen. Due to this, the owner approached the RTO with the demand to release the bus after paying a fine.
The service resumed last Saturday after the seized bus was released by the Motor Vehicles Department. When the bus got off the bus stand and traveled 250 meters, the officials stopped the vehicle for inspection. A fine of Rs 7500 was imposed for violation of permit. Meanwhile, the Department of Motor Vehicles allowed the vehicle to continue its journey after paying the fine. The vehicle was stopped for inspection the next day.
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