Rs55 million collected on 400,000 e-challans in Punjab

08:35 PM | 29 Dec, 2018
Rs55 million collected on 400,000 e-challans in Punjab
LAHORE – An amount of Rs55 million was recovered from traffic rules violators through 400,000 e-challans observed by Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) during last three months.

The violations currently being observed, and updated periodically, includes over-speeding, line and lane, one-way and signal jumping.

The motorists within the CCTV fencing of provincial capital received more than 350,000 tickets for signal jumping, 50,000 tickets for over-speeding and 10,000 tickets for one-way and lane violations respectively.

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The PSCA ensured collection of fine amounts from the adamant defaulters with multiple unpaid e-challans by intercepting them enroute through vigilant ground forces of Dolphin Squad, CTPL and PRU tipped from IC3.

The motorists have been advised to pay the e-challans as they received, to avoid interception by police teams and resulting nuisance.

E-challans can be paid in all branches of both National Bank of Pakistan and Bank of Punjab. The status of e-challans can be checked by giving number of CNIC and vehicle registration number here.