Tag: Traffic Violation

No random vehicle check only to see papers: DG-IGP
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No random vehicle check only to see papers: DG-IGP

June 28, 2022

But will the ground-level Policemen listen to their boss, wonder public Bengaluru: Amid frequent allegations against Traffic Policemen that they stop vehicle users to check documents though there is no violation of any rule, Director-General and Inspector-General of Police (DG-IGP) Praveen Sood yesterday instructed the Police not to stop any vehicles for random checks unless…

Rs. 47 lakh collected as fine from traffic offenders at Lok Adalat
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Rs. 47 lakh collected as fine from traffic offenders at Lok Adalat

June 26, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: The National Lok Adalat, the second one this year, held yesterday at the City Court complexes, saw settlement of 75,562 cases, including 37,177 pre-litigation cases. The Adalat also saw a collection of a whopping Rs. 47 lakh  as fine from a total of 6,888 traffic offenders in Mysuru  who had violated traffic rules and…

Pay traffic fine or come to Lok Adalat
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Pay traffic fine or come to Lok Adalat

June 25, 2022

Cops tell erring motorists Mysore/Mysuru: The City Traffic Police are asking erring motorists, who were issued e-challans for traffic violations, to pay the fine within a stipulated time or be present at the Lok Adalat and hire an advocate to settle the case. If the unpaid fine is not paid within the stipulated time, the…

City Cops collect Rs. 1.10 crore traffic fine in three months
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City Cops collect Rs. 1.10 crore traffic fine in three months

April 18, 2022

Mysuru: The Mysuru City Police have intensified their traffic violation fine collection drive along with resuming drunken driving tests. This comes after the fear of COVID is completely off the minds of the people, as well as the Department. From Jan.1 to March 31, 2022, a total of 3,41,693 traffic violation cases were registered. Including…

Polite, people-friendly policing in Namma Mysuru
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Polite, people-friendly policing in Namma Mysuru

April 1, 2021

10 voluntary vehicle document checking kiosks opened  Over 4,500 people visit the counters on first day till 11 am  No use of lathis, but visible violators to be booked Mysore/Mysuru: Perhaps a new chapter is opening in city which highlights Policemen as more sensitive and humane, people-friendly and committed to the rule of law and…

Echo of Hinkal accident: Voluntary Checking Points for traffic violators from April 1
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Echo of Hinkal accident: Voluntary Checking Points for traffic violators from April 1

March 29, 2021

No peak hour checking; Only drunken-driving checks on Ring Road Mysore/Mysuru: As promised to the citizens of Mysuru by City Police Commissioner Dr. Chandragupta, new people-friendly policing, combined with awareness, would come into effect from Apr. 1.  The Police have taken this step following intense criticism by the general public and elected representatives after the…

Rs. 1.50 crore collected as traffic fines every month
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Rs. 1.50 crore collected as traffic fines every month

February 21, 2021

5,000 violators booked every day, netting a revenue of Rs. 5 lakh  As of now no plans of reintroducing drunken driving checks: City Top Cop Mysore/Mysuru: City Traffic Police has been helping the Government to fill its coffers with the huge amounts collected in the form of fines from rule violators. Every day, over 5,000…

Clear pending traffic violation dues, renew your vehicle documents
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Clear pending traffic violation dues, renew your vehicle documents

October 11, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Planning to obtain Fitness Certificate, Emission Test Certificate or Insurance renewal for your vehicle? Then clear your pending traffic violation penalties first before obtaining the documents. Assistant Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Sandesh Kumar told Star of Mysore that most of the vehicle owners do not respond to notices sent to them on traffic violation…

1 lakh traffic violation cases booked in August
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1 lakh traffic violation cases booked in August

September 5, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Looks like people are not scared of COVID-19 anymore. The same people who observed maximum restraint during the initial days of lockdown till lockdown 3.0 are now moving freely on the roads as all the restrictions have been removed and even the bars, clubs and restaurants are allowed to serve liquor.  As such there…

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