Follow These Easy Steps To Check Whether You Have Challan Pending Online

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 05 September 2019, 06:20 PM
The Delhi Police issued 3,900 challans on the first day of the newly amended Motor Vehicles Act. (Image Credit: PTI)
The Delhi Police issued 3,900 challans on the first day of the newly amended Motor Vehicles Act. (Image Credit: PTI)
HIGHLIGHTS
    • Visit the official website by Delhi Traffic Police to check whether you have been issued the challan or not.
    • Delhi Police issued 3,900 challans on the first day of the newly amended Motor Vehicles Act.
    • Police said body-worn cameras have been provided to the staff to curb the corruption.

Traffic rule violators are having nightmares ever since the newly amended Motor Vehicles Act came into effect on September 1. The challans are being sent to e-court as the police officials do not have authority to compound them. So, if you think that you've never been found guilty of violating traffic rules, it is advised to once visit the official website by Delhi Traffic Police.

Follow These Easy Steps To Check Challan Status

Step 1: Visit official page of Delhi Traffic Police i.e. https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in/index/accused-challan

Step 2: Choose one of the options available on the page.

Step 3: Select the first option if you have Challan number with you, the second one to provide vehicle number, and the third for giving Driving Licence number.

Step 4: After providing the detail, enter captcha

Step 5: Click on ‘get details’ tab to get the status.

Parliament had in July passed the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019, which seeks to tighten road traffic regulations such as the issuance of driving licence and imposes stricter penalties for violations in an attempt to improve road safety.

The Delhi Police issued 3,900 challans, including 45 to drink and drive and 557 for dangerous driving, to traffic rule violators on the first day of the newly amended Motor Vehicles Act.

"We have issued 3,900 challans, including 45 for drink and drive, 557 for dangerous driving, 42 for over speeding, 207 for red light jump, 195 for seat belt, 28 for triple ridding and 336 for helmet," said NS Bundela, Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic).

Police said body-worn cameras have been provided to the staff to curb the corruption.

First Published: Thursday, September 05, 2019 06:09 PM
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