Traffic police detains rickshaw driver for completing century of e-challan
August 17, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) - The traffic police detained a rickshaw driver who has completed the century of e-challan on Monday. According to the details, a rickshaw driver detained who has not paid over a 100 traffic violation challans in two years in Lahore, Punjab. A driver of a CNG 4 stroke rickshaw was stopped at Wateen Chowk after he broke a signal. The traffic warden found Hussain had 100 challans due already when he checked the e-challan system. The first challan is from October 2018. They are all of Rs200 each and majority is for violating the Kingdom School Phase V signal. His most recent challan is due on August 23. The vehicle and its papers have been seized by the traffic police. Lahore CTO Syed Hammad Abid asked people to follow and respect traffic laws. All fines have been fined under Section 116-A of the Motor Vehicle Ordinance, 1965. A traffic challan is to be paid within 10 days of getting a notice. Failing to pay means your vehicle can be impounded till payment.