HC slaps Rs 50,000 fine on minor kid who drove without license

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Mumbai, Aug 20 The Bombay High Court has forced a fine of Rs 50,000 on the father of a minor kid, who drove his family auto without having a permit and met with a mishap in the city a year ago harming his minor companion sitting behind.

After the mishap on November 14, 2015, the harmed kid was hospitalized and an instance of careless driving was documented in Versova Police Station against the kid who was driving the auto which had smashed against a street divider in Lokhandwala region of rural Andheri Versova.

Be that as it may, guardians of the both the kids later went to a settlement and together recorded an appeal in the high court trying to suppress the FIR.

“In the typical circumstances, we would host permitted the gatherings to get the FIR subdued without forcing cost or on an installment of ostensible expense. Be that as it may, the actualities of this case are exasperating in nature,” watched a seat headed by Justice Naresh Patil in a late request.

“The proprietor of the vehicle i.e solicitor’s dad permitted his minor child to drive a four wheeler because of which minor child of the respondent endured intense wounds. We share worry of the general population prosecutor that message must go to the general public on the loose. In such a circumstance even a by-passer or some other outsider could have endured genuine harm or wounds. Luckily that did not happen,” the seat said.

The seat suppressed the FIR on condition that the father of the candidate Rajesh Dholay pay Rs 50,000 expenses and store the cash inside two weeks with Tata Memorial Hospital and Cancer Research Institute in Mumbai.