Unknowingly, we do things many times, which later we find out that we have violated some law. Actually, there are many such laws among us which we are not aware of. There are many such laws, whose existence is questioned and these laws are also shocking. Like we sometimes get out of the bike by wearing thongs but this also comes under the purview of the law and you can be fined for driving wearing thongs. Today, on Constitution Day, we are telling you about some such laws which may sound strange to you, but their violation can put you in trouble.

Some special information about Constitution Day

In the year 2015, the Central Government had declared 26 November as Constitution Day by a gazette notification on 19 November. Earlier, this day was known as National Law Day after a resolution in the year 1979 by the Supreme Court Bar Association.

It is the longest written constitution in the world. Prem Bihari Narayan Raizada, the original Constitution of India, was beautifully decorated each page by the artists of Shantiniketan.

Can be jailed for flying a kite

We are free to fly kites, but as per the Indian Aircraft Law in India, kite flying is considered illegal. If you also want to fly a kite, then you have to get permission before flying a kite. According to the Act, any aircraft or machine, which is flown in the air, needs to take permission for it. Under this law, air ships, kites, gliders, balloons and flying machines have been kept in the category of aircraft. If anyone violates this law, they can be jailed for 2 years and fined up to Rs 10 lakh.

Be ready to drive the locust

Under the East Punjab Agricultural Pests, Diseases and Noxious Weeds Act, 1949, the people of Delhi have to be prepared to drive away locusts. According to this, if there is an attack of grasshoppers in the city, then you can be called at any time to play drums on the streets. Failure to do so may result in a fine of Rs 50 or imprisonment for 10 days.

Put shine in your teeth to get a job

Under the Indian Motor Vehicle Act, 1914, if you want to become a Motor Vehicle Inspector in Andhra Pradesh, then brush your teeth a lot, otherwise you will be disqualified.

keep water in the jug

Under the Factories Act, 1948, if you go to the factory, spit in the spitting vessel (otherwise pay a fine of Rs 5). The owner will put lime on the wall (not paint), keep water in an earthen jar, put sand in a red bucket to put out the fire.

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Edited By: Priyanka Singh