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    Nepal Breaking NewsEconomy | FinanceIn the previous fiscal year, Baglung collected over Rs 6.7 million in...

    In the previous fiscal year, Baglung collected over Rs 6.7 million in fines from automobiles.

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    In the fiscal year /21, twelve thousand one hundred vehicles cited for breaking traffic laws. According to the District Traffic Police Office, almost Rs 6.7 million in fines was collected from the vehicles.

    Cars and jeeps are the most common vehicles involved in combat. Similarly, more than Rs 2.3 million was gathered from 3,868 motorcycles that involved in the incident.

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    According to Assistant Sub Inspector of Police Badri Nath Sharma, traffic violations have become widespread in the district. “We are working to reduce traffic accidents and enforce traffic laws,” he stated.


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