Funny Video Traffic police challan people harassed
ہماری پولیس زندہ باد ویڈیو اپنے دوستوں کے ساتھ ضرور شیر کریں
The traffic police, with the help of the judiciary, will be conducting a three-day Lok Adalat at Goshamahal stadium from October 5 where defaulters can pay 50 per cent of their pending challan amounts and get the rest waived. There are over Rs 100-crore worth of pending challans.
Those who were booked for drunken driving can avail of the Lok Adalat too, provided their blood alcohol levels were below 100.
DCP (Traffic) Mr A.V. Ranganath said several motorists booked for drunk driving had abandoned their vehicles and skipped paying the fines. “Magistrates usually give jail sentences only if the BAC count is more than 100. So those with less than 100 BAC can avail the Lok Adalat, pay the challan amount and take back their vehicles too,” he said.
Defaulters can approach their nearest traffic police station from Monday to fill up the Lok Adalat forms. However, those paying online will not get the 50 per cent waiver.