Rahul Pande, President of National Youth Alliance from Nagpur has accused city’s RTO officials of allotting driving license to ‘ineligible people.’ Pande along with 10-12 people on January 10 confronted RTO inspectors about the alleged ongoing ‘license corruption.’
While speaking with Nation Next about the same, Pande said, “The inspectors at RTO office in Nagpur are not following the basic rules of Motor Vehicle Act (MVA). The inspectors are allotting driving license to people who are not even capable of holding the steering wheel.”
Pande alleged that instead of the RTO officials, the driving tests were examined by ‘dalals’ or agents. “The RTO officials are sitting inside their cabins while dalals are conducting the test on their behalf. This is a complete case of corruption. As per our knowledge, they are charging ₹1,000 for issuing per license. This has been happening since last two years,” he added.
According to MVA under Issue of Driving licenses 2.13 Central Motor Vehicles Rules (CMRV 15), “The Inspector of motor vehicle is required to conduct a driving test as specified in CMV R15. While conducting the test, the testing officer is required to sit by the side of the candidate so that he can observe all the items specified in CMV R15. The testing officer should satisfied himself that the candidate is competent to drive.”
When asked about Pande’s confrontation with the officials, he said, “They didn’t have any answers for that.” He also informed Nation Next that Bhimsen Dhawale (RTO official) has filed a non-cognizable offence against him at Kalamna Police Station.
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Rotary Club of Nagpur Vision organises kidathon, 4000 children participate
Rotary club of Nagpur Vision organized a marathon for children on January 22, 2023 called as RCNV KIDATHON. The venue was WCL ground, Civil Lines where approximately 4000 children between the age group pf 7-15 years participated.
They were divided into three groups of three km, four km and five km according to the age. Children of age seven to 10 participated in three km, 11-13 in four km and 14 – 15 in five km marathon. The motto behind this marathon was to encourage and educate children about out door activities and importance of exercise.
Fund raised by this event was donated to Gram Heeth for the benefit of farmers. The event was flagged-off by the hands of the Chief Guests, NMC Commissioner Radhakrishnan B and Dr Amit Samarth at half past six in the morning.
Different routes were planned for the children under the strict security of RCNV volunteers and police. Once the children finished the marathon they were handed goodie bags, certificates and medals.
The sponsors for this mega event were Mauli group, Parekh brothers, Ajinkya tutorials, Oak & Chisel, Xenicon Healthcare, Gaysons, Dinshaws, Treat ice cream, Bharatvarsh farms, Diamond chips, Icad Adventures and you, Sunder biscuits, Kamal Chabrani. Medical partner for the event was Seven Star Hospital.
The mega event took place under the guidance and supervision of RCNV President Dr Shivani Sule, Treasurer Rtn Ritesh Amidwar, Chairperson and huge number of volunteers from the club.