According to report, the Uttar Pradesh government has cancelled all the pending traffic challans issued between 2017 and 2021. CM Yogiaditya Nath’s office made the announcement in a press release on June 9. Vehicle’s owner praised the decision of the government as a big relief for them who charged with violating traffic rules during these five years.
As per the UP government statement, the government has cancelled the challan of the vehicle owners in the state; concession has been given to the owners who have not paid the challan between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2021. This applies to all the vehicles, including those pending in various courts.
Transport commissioner Chandra Bhushan Singh instructed all the divisional transport officers to withdraw the challans from the portal once they get a list from the court. He further said that the decision made by the UP CM Yogi Adityanath has been widely appreciated by the vehicle owners with pending challans and this decision will provide tremendous relief to the general public. The government has issued instruction to all divisional transport officers to remove pending challans from the e-challan portal after receiving the court’s list. This cancellation od old challans is in the line with UP ordinance No 2 of June 2023.
This decision was made keeping everyone’s favour in mind. The farmers were protesting in Noida for the cancellation of such challans. This move paves the way for the waiver of crores of challans across Uttar Pradesh. The drivers, who felt they had been charged wrongly, can file complaints directly on the website. A mobile notification will be sent when a vehicle’s challan is deducted.
The government also specified that the drivers need not to panic during this period. They can fill online traffic challans sitting at home. They can get the detail information by visiting the official website of UP Traffic Police only with their vehicle number.
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