Permis à Points – First case of corruption on the launching day itself.

Not surprised at all. I expected this one as mentionned in my post published only 4 days back. As reported by the media, the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) have arrested a police officer who asked for Rs6000 to a driver in order to disgard the fact that he was driving beyond the authorised speed.

Not having that sum of money in his possession, the police officer agreed to take Rs200 immediately and the rest later. The ICAC was informed and the police officer was caught, probably red-handed. Nice move by the driver who will nevertheless have to pay a fine of Rs2000 and will be attributed a few penalty points depending on the speed he was driving beyond the authorised limit.

Affaire à suivre…

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