Millennium Post
Delhi

Traffic offenders in Ggn to be sent summons

Summons will soon be issued to offenders charged under the postal challan, who have not paid the fine till date in the Millenium City.

The postal challan is a digital initiative started by the Gurugram Police where the image of traffic violators can be clicked and then posted to Gurugram Police through WhatsApp number of 9999981800. Since February, there have been 2,412 traffic violators were fined through E-challan but only 138 violators have paid the fine.

"Since the inception of postal challan from February 4, the Gurugram Police has been sending challans to the residents.

We have been receiving complaints that most of the traffic violators have not taken it seriously and have not paid the fines even after a time frame of 60 days were provided to them. We are now taking strict action against the violators and have sent them legal notices. The non-following of legal orders will lead to an arrest," said Sibash Kabiraj, Joint Commissioner.

Acting tough on the traffic offender, the Gurugram traffic police impounded 221 vehicles for wrong parking, levied fine on 40 underage drivers, 109 drunken drivers and revoked 424 licenses in the past few months.
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