Haryana Traffic Police: Drone camera surveillance, violators of traffic rules should be careful, seven thousand challans are issued daily

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Haryana Traffic Police: Drone camera surveillance, violators of traffic rules should be careful, seven thousand challans are issued daily

Haryana Traffic Police: People who ignore traffic rules in Haryana are no longer in a good mood as the traffic police are on duty. In fact, the traffic police are now monitoring the vehicles violating traffic rules on the roads through drone patrols i.e. drone cameras. The people who used to violate the traffic rules are now being issued challans without giving any reason. The traffic police gave this information. Earlier this year, Haryana Traffic Police issued challans to record-breaking vehicles so far. According to Haryana Traffic Police data, the traffic police has issued online challans for more than 1 lakh 62,000 vehicles from January 1, 2024 to January 24. Based on this average, challans of six and a half thousand to seven thousand vehicles are issued daily. Last year, 24 lakh 66 thousand 411 challans were issued from January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2023. That was the value for a whole year.

The speed at which Haryana Traffic Police issues notices to vehicles violating traffic rules. If pedestrians on the street do not follow traffic rules, this number can double compared to last year. Haryana Traffic Police shared the information on its official social media platform Technology makes our roads safer. He wrote that challans will be issued to ensure that everyone follows traffic rules and travels safely.

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We tell you that if you ignore traffic rules while walking on the road, you can also be issued with a vehicle challenge. For your information, we would like to inform you that after the mobile challan, the police have now also introduced the facility to pay challan via Paytm to maintain the smooth traffic system. Earlier, these challans were paid only in cash. But now challan can also be filled in online mode.


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