The Uttar Pradesh Motor Vehicles (Eleventh Amendment)
Rules, 2011

1. Short title and commencement.—(1) These rules may be called the Uttar Pradesh Motor Vehicles (Eleventh Amendment) Rules, 2011.

(2) They shall come into force with effect from the date of their publication in the Gazette.

2. Amendment or Rule 2.—In the Uttar Pradesh Motor Vehicles Rules, 1998, hereinafter referred to as said rules, in rule 2.

                (a)    "after clause (i) the following clause shall be inserted, namely—

                     (i-a)    "Accident” means an accident involving use of any motor vehicle at a public place.

               (b)    after clause (xiii) the following clause shall be inserted, namely—

                         (xiii-a)    “Investigating Police Officer" means the Station House Officer of a Police Station or any other Police Officer subordinate or superior to him, entrusted with investigation relating to accident.

3. Insertion of new rules 203-A, 203-B and 203-C.—In the said rules, in chapter (viii), after rule 203 the following rules shall be inserted namely—

203-A. Duties of investigating Police Officer—(1) The Investigating Police Officer shall prepare a site plan, drawn on scale as to indicate the layout and width etc. of the road/roads or place as the case may be, the position of Vehicle/Vehicles, or persons, involved and such other facts as the case may be relevant, authenticated by the witnesses and in case no witness is available same shall be recorded, so as to preserve the evidence relating to accident. He shall also get the scene of accident photographed from such angles as to clearly depict the accident, as above, inter-alia for the purpose of proceeding before the Claims Tribunal.

(2) The Investigating Police Officer shall get full particulars of the insurance Certificate/Policy in respect of the Motor Vehicle involved in the accident and to require the production of documents mentioned in sub-section (1) of section 158, and thereupon either to take the same in possession against receipt, or to retain the photocopies of the same, after attestation thereof by the person producing them.

(3) The Investigation Police Officer may verify the genuineness of the documents gathered under sub-rule (2) by obtaining confirmation in writing from the authority purporting to have issued the same.

(4) The Investigating Police Officer shall submit detailed report regarding the accident to the Claims Tribunal, along with site plan and photographs prepared under sub-rule (1), documents gathered and verified under sub-rules (2) and (3) or action taken in case of documents found forged, copies of report under section 173 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, medico legal reports and postmortem report (in case of death), first Information Report, by not later than fifteen days of receipt of order/requisition issued by the Claims Tribunal :

Provided that such information may also be furnished to the Insurance Company if requested by or through its agent or by the injured/sufferer or next of the kin or legal representatives of the deceased of the accident.

The Investigating Police Officers shall submit report under this rule to the Claims Tribunal in Form SR 48A.

(5) Duties of Investigating Police Officers, enumerated in sub-rules (1) to (3) shall be construed as if they are included in section 23 of U.P. Police Act, 1861 and any break thereof, shall entail consequences envisaged in that law.

203-B. Prohibition against release of Vehicle—(1) No Vehicle, involved in any accident, shall be released by Investigating Police Officer or any Police Officer superior to him unless a release order is passed by the Court having jurisdiction.

(2) No Vehicle, involved in any accident shall be released by the Judicial Magistrate, having jurisdiction, unless the compliance of sub-rules (1) to (3) of rule 203-A is ensured from the Investigating Police Officer and duty attested copies of Registration Certificate, Insurance Certificate, Route Permit, Fitness Certificate of vehicle as the case may be and driving license of the driver who was driving at the time to accident are filed by the applicant.

(3) No Court shall release a vehicle involved in accident causing death or permanent disability when such vehicle is not covered by Police of Insurance against third party risks unless the owner/registered owner of the vehicle furnished sufficient security to the satisfaction of the Court to pay compensation that may be awarded in a claim case arising out of such accident.

(4) Where the vehicle is not covered by a policy of insurance against third party risks, or when the owner/registered owner of the vehicle has failed to furnish sufficient security under sub-rule (3), or the policy of insurance produced by owner is found fake/forged, the vehicle shall be sold in public auction by the Judicial Magistrate, having jurisdiction, on expiry of six months of the vehicle being seized by the Investigating Police Officer and proceeds thereof, shall be deposited with the Claims Tribunal, having jurisdiction over the area in question, for the purpose of satisfying the compensation to be awarded in claim case.

203-C. Duties of Registering Authority—(1) The Registering Authority of Motor Vehicles and Licensing Authority, issuing driving license, shall submit a report or issue a certificate relating to verification of registration and other documents with complete details and of driving license of the driver of the vehicle involved in accident when directed by the Tribunal or asked by the Insurance Company.

(2) The Registering Authority of Motor Vehicles and Licensing Authority shall also provide information mentioned in sub-rule (1) to the person/persons who wishes or have filed petitions for compensation or who is involved in an accident or his next of kin, or to the legal representative of the deceased, as the case may be.

4. Amendment of Rule 204—In the said rules, for rule 204 set out in column-1 below, the rule as set out in column-2 shall be substituted, namely—

Column-1

Existing rule

Column- 2

Rules as hereby substituted

204. Application for Compensation.—(1) Every application for payment of compensation made under section 166 shall as far a possible be made in Form SR-48 if the compensation is claimed otherwise than under section 163-A and in Form SR49 if compensation is claimed under section 163-A and be accompanied by a fee of rupees ten in the form of court fee stamps :

204. Application for Compensation.—(1) Every application for payment of compensation made under section 166 shall as far as possible be made in Form SR-48 if the compensation is claimed under section 163-A and in Form SR49 if compensation is claimed under section 163-A and be accompanied by a fee of rupees ten in the form of court fee stamps :

Provided that the compensation under section 163-A shall be full and final settlement of the claim and the claimant shall not be entitled to file any other application for claim under the Act.

Provided that the compensation under section 163-A shall be full and final settlement of the claim and the claimant shall not be entitled to file any other application for claim under the Act.

(2) All applications, before the Claims Tribunal, other than those mentioned in sub-rule (1) shall be stamped with a court fee stamp of rupees five. A process fee of rupees ten shall be in the form of court-fee stamps paid for each witness or party summoned.

(2) All applications, before the Claims tribunal, other than those mentioned in sub-rule (1) shall be stamped with a court fee stamp of rupees five. A process fee of rupees ten shall be in the form of court-fee stamps paid for each witness or party summoned.

(3) An application under this rule shall be presented before the Claims Tribunal by the applicant in person unless he is prevented by sufficient cause from appearing personally, in which case the application may either be sent to the Claims Tribunal by registered post or may be presented by his agent authorized in writing in this behalf.

(3) An application under this rule shall be presented before the Claims Tribunal by the applicant in person unless he is prevented by sufficient cause from appearing personally, in which case the application may either be sent to the Claims Tribunal by registered post or may be presented by his agent authorized in writing in this behalf.

 

(4) All the documents and affidavits for the proof thereof and affidavits in support of all facts on which the applicant relies in context of his claim, shall be filed after entering in a list of documents :

 

Provided that the Claims Tribunal may not allow the applicant to rely, in support of his claim, on any document or affidavit not filed with the application, unless it is satisfied that for good or sufficient cause, he was  prevented from filling such documents or affidavits earlier.

 

(5) The applicant shall file copies of medico legal examination report, post mortem-report (in case of death), insurance certificate/policy and driving license obtained under 203-cand report imformation obtained under sub-rule (4) of rule 203-A along with the application presented under sub-rule (3).

 

(6) The applicant shall affix his/their photographs on the application for compensation duly attested by their for compensation duly attested by their Counsel and shall also file proof of their identity to the satisfaction of the Claims Tribunal unless exempted from doing so for the reasons recorded in writing.

 

(7) The driver of the vehicle, involved in the accident, shall be the necessary party in the application for compensation filed under section 166 of the Act.

5. Insertion of new Rules 204-A and 204-B.—In the said rules after rule 204 the following rules shall be inserted, namely—

204-A. Police report submitted under Section 158(6).—(1) On receipt of report of Investigating Police Officer submitted under sub-rule (4) of rule 203-A, the Claims
Tribunal shall go through the same and may call for such further information or material as considered necessary for proper and effective action in accordance with sub-section (4) of section 166.

(2) The Claims Tribunal after examining the report and further information/material, if called for, shall register the claim case thereon and, then, issue notice for appearance to all the parties concerned; which would include the victim of the accident, or the legal representatives of persons deceased, as the case may be, driver, owner and insurer of the Vehicle involved in the accident.

(3) On receipt of notice, the parties mentioned in sub-rule (2) would be required to appear and declare through affidavit, if any claim case had been preferred, or was being preferred in respect of the same cause of action, and if so, the report of Investigation Police Officer, treated as Claim case, would be tagged to such claim case preferred independently by the parties.

(4) If the persons injured, or legal representative of the persons deceased do not appear in response to the notice issued under sub-rule (2) in the manner indicated in sub-rule (3) the Claims Tribunal may presume that the said parties were not interested in pursuing the same for any compensation in such proceedings, and on such presumption the case shall be closed.

(5) Unless the Police report treated as claim case stands tagged to independent claim case preferred by the parties themselves, the Claims Tribunal shall call upon the person, injured or legal representatives of the person deceased, as the case may be, and the persons who have appeared in response to the notice, to submit statements of facts regarding compensation, if claimed by them.

(6) If statements of facts about compensation claimed and basis thereof are furnished by the parties. The case shall be further proceeded in the same manner as required to deal with applications moved by the parties for compensation directly before the Claims Tribunal.

(7) If Statements of facts about the compensation claimed, has been furnished by the parties and subsequently commits default in appearance, the provisions of Order-IX of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 would apply.

204-B Duties of the Insurance Company—(1) The Insurance Company, who has insured the Vehicle, involved in the accident, shall ascertain and verify the facts about insurance and insurance policy of the Vehicle and shall file the requisite copies of the Insurance Policy along with the written statements/objection in the claim petition before the Tribunal.

(2) The Insurance Company shall deposit with the written statements in the Tribunal the amount equivalent to the compensation awardable on the principle of no fault liability under section 140 of the Act, in such cases where death or permanent disability have been caused as a result of the case of Motor Vehicle covered by the Insurance Policy.

(3) The amount of compensation deposited under sub-rule (2) may be paid in part or full to the claimant on the terms and conditions reasonably imposed by the Tribunal as interim compensation subject to adjustment with the final award in the matter.

6. Amendment of Rule 207.—In the said rules, for rule 207 set out in coulum-1 below, the rules as set out in column-2 shall be substituted, namely—

Column-1

Existing rule

Column-2

Rules as hereby substituted

207. Notice to parties involved—

207. Notice to parties involved—

If the application is not dismissed under Rule 206, the Claims tribunal shall send to the owner of the Motor Vehicle involved in the accident and its insurer, a copy of the application together with a notice of the date on which it will hear the application, and shall call upon the parties to produce on that date any evidence which they may like to produce.

(1) If the application is not dismissed under Rule 206, the Claims tribunal shall send to the owner of the Motor Vehicle involved in the accident and its insurer, a copy of the application and documents filed together with a notice of the date on which it will hear the application, and shall call upon the opposite parties to produce on that date any evidence which they may like to produce.

 

(2) Each Insurance Company shall nominate its Counsel with an authority to receive notices, issued in the claim petitions by the Tribunal on behalf of the Insurance Company with the intimation in writing to the District Judge/Tribunal :

 

Provided that the nominated Counsel, so appointed, shall receive the notice issued by the Tribunal in the claim petition on behalf of Insurance Company concerned and refusal of notice by him shall be treated as refusal of notice by the Insurance Company concerned.

 

207-A.—Creation of web-sites by the Insurance Companies—All the Insurance Companies shall, create a Web-site of all its pending claim cases with complete details. The Web-site shall contain the cases district-wise of the State separately so that duplicacy etc. of cases may be identified.

7. Amendment of Rule 208.—In the said rules, for rule 208 set out in column-1 below, the rules as set out in coulumn-2 shall be substituted, namely—

Column-1

Existing rule

Column-2

Rules as hereby substituted

208. Appearance and oral exami-nation of parties—

208. Appearance and oral exami-nation of parties—

(1) The owner of the motor vehicle and the insurer, may, at or before the first hearing or within such further time as the Claims Tribunal may allow, file a written statement dealing with the claim raised in the application, and any such written statement shall form part of the record.

(1) The owner of the motor vehicle and the insurer, may, at or before the first hearing or within such further time as the Claims Tribunal may allow, file a written statement dealing with the claim raised in the application, and any such written statement shall form part of the record.

(2) Where the claim is contested, the Claim Tribunal shall, with a view to elucidating matters in controversy between the parties, examining orally such of the parties to the claim proceeding as it deems fit and shall reduce the substance of he examination, if any, to writing.

(2) Where the claim is contested, the Claims Tribunal shall, with a view to elucidating matters in controversy between the parties, examining orally such of the parties to the claim proceeding as it deems fit and shall reduce the substance of he examination, if any, to writing.

 

(3) The date of first hearing for filling written statement under sub-rule (1) shall not be more than one month from the date of issuance of notices to owner/driver and insurer of the Motor Vehicle and no further time, more than one month shall be given for that.

 

(4) The opposite parties shall file their written statement, all the documents and affidavits for the proof thereof and in support of all facts on which, they rely in context of their defence duly entered in a list of documents and shall gives copies of written statement, documents and affidavits so filed, to the applicant :

 

Provided that the Tribunal may not allow the opposite party to rely on any document or affidavit in support of defence, not filed along with the written statement unless, it is satisfied that for good or sufficient reasons, he was prevented from filling such documents or affidavit earlier.

 

(5) The application for compensation shall be decided on the date of filling of written statement when the claim is not denied/opposed by any of the opposite parties.

 

208-A—Reference for Settlement in Lok Adalat—

 

(1) After appearance and filling of written statement by the opposite
parties, the Claims Tribunal shall
make efforts for disposal of the
claim petition, through mutual settlement
or composition and may refer to Lok Adalat
for settlement through mediation and Conciliation :

 

Provided that parties to the petition and their agents, may be asked by the claims Tribunal to appear and participate in the Lok Adalat.

 

(2) The case referred to Lok Adalat under sub-rule (1) if not settled, shall not be retained more than two months in Lok Adalat and may be sent back to the Tribunal after fixing a date to appear therein.

8. Amendment in Rule 210—In the said rules, for rule 210 set out in column-1 below, the rule as set out in column-2 shall be substituted, namely—

Column-1

Existing rule

Column-2

Rules as hereby substituted

210. Summoning of witnesses—

210. Summoning of witnesses—

Where an application is presented by any party to the proceeding for summoning of witnesses, the Claims Tribunal shall on payment of the expenses involved, if any, issue summons for the appearance of such witness, unless it considers that their appearance is not necessary for a just decision of the case.

(1) Where an application is presented by any party to the proceeding for summoning of witness, the Claims Tribunal shall on payment of the expenses involved, if any, issue summons for the appearance of such witness, unless it considers that their appearance is not necessary for a just decision of the case.

 

(2) If in the opinion of the Claims Tribunal, the party is financially poor, it may no insist him for the payment of expenses involved in summoning the witnesses and the same shall be borne by the Government :

 

Provided that in case the party succeeds in whole or in part in the claim case, the expenses so incurred by the Government, shall be directed to be paid to the Government by the opposite party.

9. Insertion of new Rule 211-A.—In the said rules, after rule 211, the following rule shall be inserted, namely—

211-A. Presumption about the papers.—The reports, Certificates and papers submitted or issued under rules 203-A, 203-C and 203-D shall be presumed to be correct and shall be read in evidence without formal proof, unless proved contrary.

10. Amendment of Rule 212.—In the said rules, for rule 212 set out in column-1 below, the rule as set out in column-2 shall be substituted, namely—

Column-1

Existing rule

Column-2

Rules as hereby substituted

212. Method of recording evidence—The Claims Tribunal shall, as examination of a party or a witness proceeds, make a brief memorandum of the substance of what is deposed and such memorandum shall be written and signed by the Claims Tribunal and shall form part of the record :

Provided that evidence of any medical witness shall be, as nearly as may be, taken down word for word—

212. Method of recording evidence—(1) The Claims Tribunal shall, as examination of a party or a witness proceeds, make a brief memorandum of the substance of what is deposed and such memorandum shall be written and signed by the Claims Tribunal and shall form part of the record :

Provided that evidence of any medical witness shall, as nearly as may be, be taken down word for word :

Provided further that where the Claims Tribunal is unable to make a memorandum it shall cause the reason of such inability to be recoded and shall cause the memorandum to be made in writing from its dictation.

Provided further that where the Claims Tribunal is unable to make a memorandum it shall cause the reason of such inability to be recorded and shall cause the memorandum to be made in writing from its dictation.

 

(2) The copies of medico legal reports, post mortem reports, papers relating to reports submitted by Investigating Police Officer or any other person which the Claims Tribunal deems appropriate, shall be admissible in evidence without formal proof there of. However, the witness relating to these documents and papers may be examined on oath if required necessary in the circumstances of the case.

11. Amendment of Rule 213.—In the said rules, for rule 213 set out in column-1 below, the rule as set out in column-2 shall be substituted, namely—

Column-1

Existing rule

Column-2

Rules as hereby substituted

213. Local inspection—

213. Local inspection—

(1) The Claims Tribunal may at any stage of an enquiry before it, and after due notice to the parties, visit and inspect the site at which the accident occurred or any other place or thing which it is in its opinion, necessary to view for a proper decision of the case.

(1) The Claims Tribunal may at any stage of an enquiry before it and after due notice to the parties, visit and inspect the site at which the accident occurred or any other place or thing which it is in its opinion, necessary to view for a proper decision of the case.

(2) A party to proceeding or his representative may be present at the time of the local inspection by the Claims Tribunal.

(2) A party to proceeding or his representative may be present at the time of the local inspection by the Claims Tribunal.

(3) As soon as may be after local inspection the Claims Tribunal shall record memorandum of any relevant fact observed as such inspection, and such memorandum shall form part of the inquiry.

(3) As soon as may be after local inspection the Claims Tribunal shall record memorandum of any relevant fact observed as such inspection, and such memorandum shall form part of the record.

 

(4) The Claims Tribunal during the local inspection under this rule or at any other stage of the case pending before it, may examine summarily any person likely to be able to provide information relating to such case. Whether such person has been or is to be called as witness in the case or not and whether any or none of the parties are present or not.

12. Insertion of new Rules 220-A and 220-B.—In the said rules, after rule 220, the following rules shall be inserted, namely—

220-A. Determination of Compensation.—(1) The multiplier for determination of loss of income payable as compensation in all the claim cases shall be applied as per Second Schedule provided in the Act.

(2) Deduction for personal and living expenses of a deceased, shall be as follows—

                (i)    The deduction towards personal expenses of a deceased unmarried shall be 50% where the family of a bachelor is large and dependent on the income of the deceased, the deduction shall be 1/3 (33.33%).

               (ii)    The deduction towards personal and living expenses of a married person deceased shall be 1/3rd where dependent family members are 2 to 3 in number, 1/4th where dependent family members are 4 to 6 in number and 1/5th where dependent family members are more than 6 in number.

              (iii)    For the purpose of calculation of number of family members in clause (ii), a minor dependent will be counted as half.

(3) The future prospects of a deceased, shall be added in the actual salary or minimum wages of the deceased as under—

                (i)    Below 40 years of age                                  - 50% of the salary.

               (ii)    Between 40-50 years of age                       – 30% of the salary.

              (iii)    More than 50 years of age                           – 20% of the salary.

              (iv)    When wages not sufficiently                           – 50% towards inflation and price index.

                        Proved.

(4) The non pecuniary damages shall also be payable in the compensation as follows—

                (i)    Compensation for loss of estate – Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 10,000.

               (ii)    Compensation for loss of consortium – Rs. 5,000 to 10,000.

              (iii)    Compensation for loss of love and affection – Rs. 5,000 to 15,000.

              (iv)    Funeral expenses costs of transportation of body- Rs. 5,000 or actual expenses whichever is less.

               (v)    Medical expenses- actual expenses proved to the satisfaction of the Claims Tribunal.

(5) For determination of compensation in case of injuries, partial or permanent disability provisions of second schedule of the Act shall apply :

Provided that the Claims Tribunal may also award compensation for future prospects according to sub-rule (3) in case of permanent disability depending upon the nature, extent and its effect on the future of disabled claimants.

(6) The rate of interest shall be 7% pendent lite and future till the actual payment.

220-B Securing the interest of Claimants.—(1) Where any lump-sum amount of compensation, deposited with the Claims Tribunal is payable to a woman or a person under legal disability, such sum may be invested, applied or otherwise dealt with for the benefit of the woman or such person during his disability in such manner as the Claims Tribunal may direct to be paid to any dependent of the injured or heirs of the deceased or to any other person whom the Claims Tribunal thinks best filed to provide for the welfare of the injured or the heir of the deceased.

(2) Where an application made to the Claims Tribunal in this behalf or otherwise, the Claims Tribunal is satisfied that on account of neglect of the children on the part of the parents, or on account of the variation of the circumstances of any dependent, or for any other sufficient cause, an order of the Claims Tribunal as to the distribution of any sum paid as compensation or as to the manner in which any sum payable to any such dependent is to be invested applied or otherwise dealt with, ought to be varied, the Claims Tribunal may make such further orders for the variation of the former order as it thinks just in the circumstances of the case.

(3) The Claims Tribunal shall, in the case of minor, order that amount of compensation awarded to such minor be invested in fixed deposits till such minor attains majority. The expenses incurred by the guardian or the next friend may be allowed to be withdrawn by such guardian or the next friend from such deposits before it is deposited :

Provided that the interest payable on such deposits may be allowed to be utilized for education, maintenance and development of the minor with the permission of the Claims Tribunal.

(4) The Claims Tribunal shall, in the case of illiterate claimants, order that the amount of compensation awarded be invested in fixed deposits for a minimum period of three years, but if any amount is required for effecting purchases of any movable or immovable property for improving the income of the claimant, the Claims Tribunal may consider such a request after being satisfied that amount would be actually spent for the purpose and the demand is not a ruse to withdraw money.

(5) The Claims Tribunal shall, in the case of semi-literate person resort to the procedure for the deposit of award amounts set out in sub-rule (4) unless it is satisfied, for reasons to be recorded in writing that the whole or part of the amount is required for the expansion of any existing business or for the purchases of some property as specified and mentiond, in sub-rule (4) in which case the Claims Tribunal shall ensure that the amount is invested for the purpose for which it is prayers for and paid.

(6) The Claims Tribunal may in the case of literate persons also resort to the procedure for deposit of awarded amount specified in sub-rules (4) and (5) if having regard to the age, fiscal background and state of society to which the claimant belongs and such other consideration, the Claim the Tribunal in the larger interest of the claimant and with a view to ensure the safety of ht compensating awarded, thinks it necessary to order.

(7) The Claims Tribunal, may in personal injury cases, if further treatment is necessary, on being satisfied which shall be recorded in writing, permit the withdrawal of such amount as is necessary for the expenses of such treatment.

(8) The Claims Tribunal may, in the matter of investment of money, have regard to a maximum return by ways of periodical income to the claimant, deposit with public sector
under taking of the State or Central Government which offers higher rate of interest.

(9) The Claims Tribunal shall, in investing money, direct that the interest on the deposits be paid directly to the claimants or the guardian of the minor claimants by the institution holdings the deposits under intimation to the Claims Tribunal.

13. Insertion of new Form SR 48-A in the Second Schedule.—In the said rules in Second Scheduled, after Form SR 48, the following Form shall be inserted, namely—

Form – SR 48-A

(see rule 203-A)

Report of Investigating Police Officer

To,

…………………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………………………………..

Sir,

The requisite report regarding accident is submitted herein as below—

                 1.    Name of the Police Station.

                 2.    Case Crime No./Traffic accident report/FIR No. (Copy to be annexed).

                 3.    Date, time and place of the accident.

                 4.    Name and full address of the injured/deceased.

                 5.    Name of the Hospital to which he/she was removed (copy of X-ray report Medico-legal report/Post-mortem report to be annexed).

                 6.    Registration No. of vehicle and type of the vehicle (copy to be annexed).

                 7.    Driving license Particulars (copy to be annexed)—

                        (a)    Driving license No. and date of expiry.

                       (b)    Name and address of the deriver.

                        (c)    Address of the issuing authority.

                       (d)    Badge No. (in case of public service Vehicle)

                 8.    Name and address of the owner of the Vehicle at the time of accident.

                 9.    Name and address of the Insurance Company with whom the vehicle was Insured and the particulars of the Divisional Office of the said insurance company (copy of cover note/certificate of Insurance/police/receipt to be annexed).

               10.    No. of insurance policy/insurance certificate and the date of validity of the insurance Policy/insurance certificates.

               11.    Registration particulars of the vehicle (Class of the Vehicle)—

                        (a)    Registration no.

                       (b)    Engine no.

                        (c)    Chassis no.

               12.    Route permit particulars

                        (copy to be annexed).

               13.    Report about verification of driving license, Insurance policey, registration certificate and Permit etc.

                        (copy of the documents to be annexed).

               14.    Names and addresses of the witnesses found or present at the time of accident.

 

               15.    Action taken, if any, and the result thereof Copy of report under Section 173 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, presented to the annexed) :

Enclorures : (Give details)—

 

                                                                                            Station House Officer/Investigating

Date :                                                                                                   Police Officer.................

                                                                                                     Police Station................

Verified that the contents of above report are correct as per investigation done by the Police Station.

 

                                                                                                                     Police Station.........

 

                                                                                                                   Station House Officer

                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                             By order,

                                                                                                                            Majid Ali,

                                                                                                                       Pramukh Sachiv.