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Over 2 million E-Challans issued by the PSCA for traffic violations caught on camera

The Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA), according to a media report, is pushing forward with the new e-challan system.

Around 2 million traffic offences were detected on cameras last year, and the violators were issued electronic challans.

The new Automatic Vehicle Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras for detecting traffic offences are making a killing for PSCA.

The Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) has issued over 4.4 million e-challans and collected 339 million rupees in payments in the last two years.

Around 2 million and 75 thousand of the 4.4 million traffic rule violators were vehicle owners, 2.2 million and 90 thousand were motorcyclists, and over 85 thousand were commercial vehicles.

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