Ggn traffic cops raise Rs 11 cr from challans in 2016
The Gurugram Traffic Police have collected Rs 11 crore in the year 2016 through fines (challans) issued on traffic rule violations in the city.
For the year 2016, there were around four lakh, seventy-nine thousand challans that were issued by the police to people who were found violating traffic rules.
The number of challans in the city was more than what were issued in the year 2015 which was four lakh, twenty three thousand challans.
In 2016, the Gurugram Police were able to raise an amount which was four crore more than the amount collected in 2015.
The major violations that were reported by the traffic police in the city were overcrowding of public transportation, not wearing seat belts during driving, speaking on phone while driving, driving on the wrong side and not wearing helmet while driving two wheelers.
The officials from Gurugram Traffic Police have mentioned that their focus now will also be to build more check posts in the internal parts of the city. “We will be adding more check posts in the parts of the city to ensure that safety and security of the commuters while driving in the city is not at risk,” said the spokesperson of Gurugram Traffic Police.