to cause damage or injury to a vehicle, passengers, or public property. This is because such substances can be hazardous and can result in accidents or injuries. Violating this rule can result in serious legal consequences.
If a person is found carrying any explosive, inflammable, or dangerous substance that is likely to cause damage or injury to a vehicle, passengers, or public property, they could face legal consequences. The specific penalties can vary depending on the nature and quantity of the substance, as well as the state or jurisdiction, but generally, the penalties are as follows:
- Fine: The fine for carrying such substances can range from Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 10,000 or more, depending on the severity of the offense.
- Seizure of the substance: The substance in question may be seized and destroyed by the authorities.
- Legal action: In case of a serious offense or repeated violations, legal action may be taken against the offender, which could result in imprisonment or suspension of driving license.