According to a police public relations official, the Islamabad capital police have so far issued more than 18,000 E-challan to drivers for different traffic infractions in the federal capital Islamabad.
He asserted that the Islamabad capital police is employing all available resources and enforcing stern actions against those who violate traffic laws in accordance with the law, in accordance with the particular instructions of the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad.
The specifics state that the Islamabad capital police have issued more than 18,000 electronic tickets to drivers for various traffic infractions up to this point. According to CPO Safe City, the violators received the e-challan tickets at their residences.
He continued, “A copy of the challan over non-payment of penalty amount within the given period was connected with the master file of the vehicles at the excise office.” Owners of cars who had received a fine were not permitted to sell or transfer their cars until all outstanding debts had been paid.
The fine could be paid via several banks, mobile wallets, and other electronic methods.
The fine could be paid via several banks, mobile wallets, and other electronic methods. The PR representative added that the new challan system had significantly reduced the frequency of accidents on the roads and traffic infractions in the federal capital.
Islamabad Capital Police has decided to take stern action against public service vehicles involved in non-completion of routes, misbehavior with passengers, and overloading, a police public relations officer said.
“Strict action will be taken against those transporters violating traffic routes. The purpose is to provide better traffic facilities to the citizens,” said Chief Traffic Officer Islamabad.