It has also come to know that, most of the vehicle drivers are driving erratically and as a result it causes accident
Moreover, drivers who do not pay E-challan now need to be warned as the CCTV operated e-challan in Surat city is being dealt with by the traffic police, because now the government has started a practice of filing e-challan cases in the Sessions Court through the Lok Adalat to pay fines to such drivers, which is estimated to be about 25,000 cases of pre-litigation e-challan notices in the last six months in the Judicial Magistrate Court of Surat on May 13.
Further, the joint commissioner of traffic, Dinesh Parmar, called a meeting of all officials in which initiatives were taken to enforce pre-litigation e-challan notices with the help of traffic and local police.
On the other side, traffic management is being done through CCTV in different areas of Surat city, Traffic DCP Amita Vanani said about this, it has also come to know that, most of the vehicle drivers are driving erratically and especially over speeding vehicles causing minor and major accidents.
Although, in which citizens die due to serious injuries Police Commissioner Ajay Tomar under the leadership of Joint Commissioner Traffic Dinesh Parmar has started to bring home the evacuation vehicle drivers.
According to the information, during the last six months, the vehicle drivers have been receiving online messages and e-challan slips based on the pre-litigation e-challan notice, based on which the vehicle drivers have been paying fines under different offenses through e-challan.
All arrangements have also been made so that by scanning the QR code one can go directly to the web portal and pay the challan as well as check the challan status of their vehicle driver.
Lastly, a Lok Adalat regarding pre-litigation notice e-challan has been organized on 13th May at Judicial Magistrate’s Court in Surat city in which about 25,000 e-challan cases of pre-litigation notice have been planned to be disposed of by Police Commissioner Ajay Kumar and Traffic Commissioner.
Dinesh Parmar Regarding the e-challan of the pre-litigation notice, arrangements have also been made for the e-challan of the pre-litigation notice to reach the vehicle drivers through the traffic branch and with the help of the local police.