JAIPUR: A ‘cashless challan scheme’ where people would be able to pay their fines online will be implemented from next week by the Traffic police with the help of Department of Information Technology & Communication.
The new scheme will be presented from one week from now. Presently, one would have the capacity to pay movement challans through their platinum cards, Visas, paytm and online bys managing an account at e-mitra,” said Haider Ali Zaidi (DCP activity).
Moreover, traffic police have likewise taken help of postal division to dispatch a postal administration to give back the reports to traffic rules violators, who present their archives with movement police. As of now, violators gather their records from challan branch in Yadgar at Ajmeri Gate. Aside from the current offices, movement office will send these archives by post. It will charge Rs 18 for nearby post and Rs 40 for all India post. Movement police will likewise make an impression on the activity rules violator about dispacth of the reports.