Bahadurgarh. In addition to taking strict action against traffic violations, the traffic police also fill the state coffers. In the last 10 months, the traffic police in Jhajjar district have caught 36,272 vehicles violating the rules. A fine of around 2 Crore 31 Lakh 77 Thousand 700 has been imposed on these drivers.
In fact, many people die in road accidents every day across the country. Most accidents occur due to the negligence of drivers. That’s why the police are conducting an awareness campaign. Furthermore, strict action will be taken against those who do not follow the rules and challan will also be issued. Thousands of challans are issued every year in Jhajjar district. This year, including in 2023, the police have issued challans indiscriminately. In January 3138 challans were issued, in February 2597, in March 3521, in April 4460, in May 5396, in June 4627, in July 3845, in August 3593, in September 2284 and in October 2811. In this way from 1 January to October 31 36,000 272 challans issued. Many vehicles were confiscated. A fine of 2 Crore 31 Lakh 77 Thousand 700 was imposed on these drivers. This number is higher than last year. Most people deposited the fine and went to court. Despite warnings and high fines, the number of people violating the rules is neither decreasing nor are accidents being curbed. This can be seen from the fact that a total of 37,000 65 challans were issued in 2022, while this year 36,000 272 challans were issued in just ten months. A maximum of 4,330 challans were imposed for illegal parking. Nice sums worth thousands of rupees were also collected from the exploding firecrackers with black foil and balls. There were many accidents this year. In view of the accidents, the police are also continuously writing letters to improve the roads.
People are made aware of traffic rules. Strict action will be taken against those who violate the rules. Challans are made and people are explained. People should follow the rules. Strict action will be taken if the rules are violated. If anyone bursts crackers with balls in the market, please inform the police and action will be taken immediately. – Bijendra Singh, SHO, Bahadurgarh Traffic Police Station.
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