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Another puzzling aspect was that how could the entire city be declared honk-free. “The sticker never demarcated city into honk-free zones and there was no notification. How could there be challans all of a sudden?,” said Kavita, of Zirakpur.“It is a good move, but before this, need to ensure lane-driving. Banning honking without people sticking to lanes is dangerous,” added another commuter Gurpreet Sandhu. Traffic police also claim that there was no question of issuing such a stricker, as it was in the middle of a 45-day awareness drive it started on January 2. The police are following the Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, model that it adopted in April 2017. After the 45-day campaign, the Chandigarh traffic police will start challaning people for excessive and unnecessary blowing of vehicle horns. For proper enforcement, traffic police personnel have been equipped with body-fitted cameras that will record the violation, after which the offender will be booked under Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, and will be fined Rs 1,000. The process of issuing the challan will be carried out in the presence of a traffic marshal.
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