In the year 2022, rider citizens failed to pay a total of 6,61532 challans, totaling Rs 44.16 crore. In 2023, however, a total of 50,562 challans remain unpaid. The total amount of unpaid challans is Rs 4.03 crores.
In the midst of traffic rule violations, the Nagpur Traffic Police have already begun detaining vehicles belonging to people who have more than 50 unpaid challans.
Chetna Tidke, Deputy Commissioner of Police, stated that 45 vehicles have been detained so far. The campaign will be stepped up in the coming days. Each of the 45 detained vehicle owners has over 50 outstanding challans.
There are 752 repeat traffic violators with more than 50 pending challans, according to the data. The postal addresses of 136 of these violators have been traced by traffic cops.
The violators include all types of vehicles, primarily two-wheelers, but also four-wheelers and transport vehicles.
In the first 24 days of the year 2023, as many as 50,562 traffic violators did not pay their fines, owing a total of Rs 4.03 crore.