Monday, April 15, 2024

E-Challan System Introduced in the Capital

The E-Challan system was introduced in Islamabad as part of the Safe City Project, with the aim of ensuring a safe road environment.

In a ceremony held here on Wednesday, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Qazi Jamil ur Rehman formally inaugurated the new system. DIG (Operations), DIG (Security), SSP (|Traffic), Director IT, and other senior officials were among those who attended the ceremony.

IGP Islamabad was briefed on the system by Director General (Safe City) Muhammad Saleem, who expressed hope that it will help preserve traffic discipline in the city.

The IGP stated that the latest technology is being used in policing affairs, which would be beneficial for the enforcement of traffic laws and successful surveillance in the region, as per the vision of Pakistan’s Prime Minister. He said that violators of traffic laws would be unable to avoid the cameras, and that the device would be directly linked to Safe City as well as Excise and Taxation Offices.

According to the IGP, mounted cameras will record traffic law violations in every part of the city, and challans/fine tickets will be sent to the violators’ homes. Violators must pay a fine within ten days, or their motorcycle or car will be impounded at police stations.

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