Obey the Traffic Rules – Now the action of photo based challan against traffic rules has started

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Pilibhit. Carefully! If you violate the traffic rules while driving on the road, the challan can also be done without knowledge. You will not receive any information until the message arrives or when you go to the Department of Transport office. To avoid this, care must be taken to use a mobile phone, seat belt and helmet while driving. A photo-based challan will be issued for violating the rules while driving. About 80 drivers were challenged in the last two days.
Strict action will be taken against those who violate traffic rules on the orders of the government. Along with the increase in the fine, the methods of challaning have changed. Before, when there was an offline challan, drivers could easily get rid of the challan by paying fewer fines. Thereafter, when the online challan process begins, the fine issued during the challan must be paid in full. Because of this, during the review, people started changing paths or walking during the review after receiving a recommendation from the team. While the highway is being controlled, people begin to flee by driving the vehicle at high speed. This creates the possibility of an accident. For this reason, the traffic department started a photo-based recall process during the inspection. Until now, this process has been going on in major cities. But now this process has also been underway in the district for a few days. The driver is not stopped during the check. If a traffic law violation is detected while driving, a photo-based challan is performed remotely. His driver won’t even be able to know anything about the Challan at this point. If the number of the owner is indicated in the registration of the vehicle, the information about the challan will be provided upon receipt of the message or during a visit to the office of the Department of Transport. This process can be overwhelming for the driver without a helmet, without a seat belt, and on the phone while driving. In the past two days, 80 people have been charged by the Ministry of Transport for violating these rules.
Those who break the rules are challenged in this way
The members of the control team stop the vehicle and politely inform those who violate the traffic rules on the highway about the violation of the traffic rules. Then the driver’s photo is taken and the driver can drive off without saying anything. Later it will be billed together with the photo. This informs the driver of the action taken later. This means that the invoice is easily billed without getting confused during the check. Even the driver cannot deny the violation by looking at the photo.
The photo-based challan process was started during the inspection on the highway. This reduces accidents. Invoicing can be done easily without getting bogged down. This particularly affects those without a helmet, seat belt and phone calls while driving. So far, 80 challans have been issued as part of this process. – Amitabh Rai, Arto

Pilibhit. Carefully! If you violate the traffic rules while driving on the road, the challan can also be done without knowledge. You will not receive any information until the message arrives or when you go to the Department of Transport office. To avoid this, care must be taken to use a mobile phone, seat belt and helmet while driving. A photo-based challan will be issued for violating the rules while driving. About 80 drivers were challenged in the last two days.

Strict action will be taken against those who violate traffic rules on the orders of the government. Along with the increase in the fine, the methods of challaning have changed. Before, when there was an offline challan, drivers could easily get rid of the challan by paying fewer fines. Thereafter, when the online challan process begins, the fine issued during the challan must be paid in full. Because of this, during the review, people started changing paths or walking during the review after receiving a recommendation from the team. While the highway is being controlled, people begin to flee by driving the vehicle at high speed. This creates the possibility of an accident. For this reason, the traffic department started a photo-based recall process during the inspection. Until now, this process has been going on in major cities. But now this process has also been underway in the district for a few days. The driver is not stopped during the check. If a traffic law violation is detected while driving, a photo-based challan is performed remotely. His driver won’t even be able to know anything about the Challan at this point. If the number of the owner is indicated in the registration of the vehicle, the information about the challan will be provided upon receipt of the message or during a visit to the office of the Department of Transport. This process can be overwhelming for the driver without a helmet, without a seat belt, and on the phone while driving. In the past two days, 80 people have been charged by the Ministry of Transport for violating these rules.

Those who break the rules are challenged in this way

The members of the control team stop the vehicle and politely inform those who violate the traffic rules on the highway about the violation of the traffic rules. Then the driver’s photo is taken and the driver can drive off without saying anything. Later it will be billed together with the photo. This informs the driver of the action taken later. This means that the invoice is easily billed without getting confused during the check. Even the driver cannot deny the violation by looking at the photo.

The photo-based challan process was started during the inspection on the highway. This reduces accidents. Invoicing can be done easily without getting bogged down. Most of these include those without a helmet, seat belts, and talking on the phone while driving. So far, 80 challans have been issued as part of this process. – Amitabh Rai, Arto

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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