Delhi Traffic Rules: After the new Motor Vehicle Act was introduced last year, heavy penalty is being imposed for breaking traffic rules. The driver has to follow the rules and cut the challan of the rules breakers. Smart cameras have been installed at many places in the country’s capital Delhi. With the help of these cameras, challans are deducted in the name of the driver if the traffic rules are broken. The challan information reaches the driver’s address directly.
At the same time, there are many such cases in which challan is also cut in the name of the driver who has not broken any kind of rule. That is, many times the camera accidentally reads the second number plate, after which this problem arises.
In such a situation, that person does not understand what to do and what not to do. According to the traffic police, they are unable to read the camera number because many people do not have the numbers printed properly in the vehicle or there is mud in them.
According to the rules, if someone feels that his challan has been accidentally deducted, he can get it canceled. For this, customers can call the traffic police helpline and give the wrong challan information. Apart from this, your complaint can also be sent through e-mail. After receiving the complaint, the officer will check your challan and if your claim is correct, then your challan will be canceled.