Drivers who use their hazard lights improperly are subject to a fine under Section 177 of the Motor Vehicle Act. Hazard lights are primarily used to alert other drivers about a breakdown in a vehicle standing by the side of the road For the first time, the fine will be Rs. 100, and for repeated offenses, Rs. 300
Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma at a joint press conference said, “Today in the meeting, we had a detailed presentation given by the Assam govt on six out of twelve areas of dispute." The Meghalaya CM added three committees to resolve inter-state border conflict will be set up in Meghalaya while three will be from Assam. The six disputed sites to be taken up in the first phase include Tarabari, Gijang, Phalia, Baklapara, Pilingkata and Khanapara.