The Delhi government, in April 2021, has given the Delhi Police the right to collect the challan fine from people unable to pay the fine online, in cash. For some offenses under the Amended Motor Vehicles Act, the Delhi Police will now issue challan for traffic violations and will collect the fine on the spot in cash or by using cards.
“Delhi government vide its gazette notification dated March 14, 2020, has given the power of compounding to Delhi Police related to certain offenses under amended Motor Vehicle Act 1988,” Joint Commissioner (Traffic) Narendra Bundela said in a statement.
●The Delhi Traffic Police will collect dues for pending challans in cash or via cards from people who are unable to pay the same through an online payment mode.
●A circular was released at the beginning of April 2021, that said counters have been set up in many areas and made operational every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm from 10 April 2021.
●Sufficient Police officials have also been deployed in such offices to collect the challan cash and maintain covid protocols.
“All Additional Commissioners of Police, Deputy Commissioners of Police and ranges are hereby requested to implement this scheme with effect from April 10, 2021, onwards and direct all Assistant Commissioners of Police and traffic inspectors working under their control to advertising in this regard on the social media, platform such as Twitter, Facebook, etc,” the circular said.


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