Uttarakhand: E-challan system implemented in the state, Chief Minister launched police line.

E-Challan system has been implemented in 13 districts of the state from February 29 i.e. today. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat launched it in the police line. Along with this, 11 interceptors and eight cranes of the traffic police were also cleared.

The traffic directorate is in the process of implementing e-challan system in the state for several months. In collaboration with the bank, 1200 machines of modern technology have been made available to the directorate, which have the facility to pay on-the-spot fines with debit cards. In Dehradun and Udham Singh Nagar districts, e-challan machines have been in use for many months, but there is no provision for payment through debit cards.

Traffic police personnel trained in this

Director Only Khurana said that the traffic policemen of each district have been trained in this. He told that Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has launched the e-challan machine system in the police line today.Meanwhile, apart from the traffic police app, four videos and four audio have also been launched. The Traffic Directorate has purchased 11 new interceptors and 11 cranes. Today, they will be handed over to the respective districts.

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