The owner of the vehicle whose challan has been cut will now also have a payment link. Through this, he can also make online payment. Along with this, the photo of the vehicle owner will now be attached on the challan slip. According to the directorate, many more features are to be added soon.
Actually, the Traffic Eye App was created two years ago to increase public participation in traffic improvement. Through this app, anyone can upload a photo of the traffic violation in front of them. The challan of the vehicle is cut through this photo. Till now there was no payment arrangement through this app. In such a situation, it has also been added now.
The vehicle for which the challan is deducted. Complete information of its registered owner will be uploaded on this app. Not only this, the person who complains can now see full details of their complaint in this app. For example, what action was taken on his complaint or on which stage etc. Traffic director Kewal Khurana said that details of online challans have been sought from the districts so far.
Action will be taken against those who prevent ambulances: Director
Traffic director Kewal Khurana said that the district police has been instructed to take serious action against those who do not give way to the ambulance. Under the current rules, such people are prosecuted under section 14E of the Motor Vehicles Act. There is a provision for challans of up to 10 thousand rupees.
Not only this, he can be given a sentence of six months or both punishments simultaneously. Traffic police will be trained in January. The training will be based on Road Safety Management and Accident Investigation. It will be held from 13 January to 15 January.