Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) collaborated with National Bank of Pakistan and JS Bank to introduce E-Challan system in Islamabad. In order to make payment of challans simpler & easier for traffic violators, this system was introduced. Just in a few seconds, the violators can pay their challan, take the documents & go home.
Initially, in Islamabad, the system was introduced on a trial basis in 10 various areas of Islamabad, and now it is fully active.
Look at this. This is how the E-Challan looks.
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The traffic violator ran the car on the Red light at Faisal Chowk, thus he was given Rs 500 penalty.
In order to ensure effective implementation of the E-Challan, Islamabad Traffic Police has deployed around 70 trained personnel. The ten areas in which the E-Challan system has been launched includes
- Faisal Chowk
- Melody Chowk
- Aabpara Chowk
- Secretariat Chowk
- Zero Point
- Radio Pakistan Chowk
- Dhokri Chowk
- F-8 Exchange Chowk
Sultan Azam Temuri, Islamabad IG spoke about the system, “We are moving aggressively towards the vision of digital policing in Islamabad to ensure public convenience and raising our standards at international level. This is a massive step towards digital policing in Islamabad as it offers a suite of services in addition to digital challan generation and fee collection system.”
Adding, “This system in total offers digitization in six categories to make ITP Pakistan’s first completely paperless and digital force.”
Those of you who feel that they cannot get caught after violating a traffic law, well the police will make use of already installed cameras along with the speed camera in this matter to catch the traffic breakers. So, everyone better get cautious before breaking the law.
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