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Traffic rule violators can pay penalty online now

03 February 2021  

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KATHMANDU: Metropolitan Traffic Police Division has eased the inconvenience of the traffic rule violators by making the provision of online payment for the penalty.

Holding a press conference on Wednesday, the Division informed that the traffic rule violators need not go through the lengthy process of joining the long queues in the designated banks as the penalty can be paid via e-Sewa and connect IPS.

The customer can enter the chit no. the traffic police provide to the violators and make the payment.

However, after the payment, the people should visit the traffic office to collect their documents formerly seized by the police.

SSP Janak Bhattarai, the Chief of Metropolitan Traffic Police Division informed that the division has been working on making the services provided by it more technology-friendly.

“We are in the world of technology. The services we provide cannot be made efficient and beneficiary-friendly unless we adapt to the technology,” SSP Bhattarai told reporters and hoped the newly introduced service will be a great relief to the people.

Owing to the unusual situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the traffic division has been launching online classes for those who have been violating the rules for a few months now.

Publish Date : 03 February 2021 19:18 PM

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