Madras High Court seeks response from State on plea to rein in bike stunts, vloggers who flout road safety norms

The PIL, filed by a lawyer M Vignesh, also sought directions to the State to come up with Rules to prevent the use of modified or altered bikes without requisite permission from the Regional Transport Officer (RTO).
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The Madras High Court Monday directed the Tamil Nadu government to respond to a public interest litigation (PIL) petition seeking regulations against riders and bike vloggers, who drive their bikes in a rash and dangerous manner on public streets [M Vignesh v. The Chief Secretary and others].

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