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Gujarat decision to make helmets "temporarily" optional for two-wheeler riders violates amended Motor Vehicle Act

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Central government officials said the new norm was introduced considering that some of the state governments in the past had tweaked the law to give exemptions to certain categories of two-wheeler riders.
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