A strange case related to challan has come to light in Hyderabad in which the Hyderabad Police has caught a person who did not pay the challan even after deducting 117 challans for traffic violations. The police was looking for this man for a long time. Now this person has gone somewhere in the hands of the police. Taking action on the person, the police have confiscated his scooter. Challans for the last seven years were pending on the person. The total amount to be paid to the traffic police department for its traffic violations was around Rs 29,720. Let us inform that till now a fine of 30 thousand has also been imposed on the person.
was dodging the police for 7 years
The man who has been caught by the police has been identified as Farid Khan, who was successful in dodging the police for the last several years. Farid Khan drove near Nampally without wearing a helmet. Where the police checked the registration for deducting the challan, it was found that there are already 117 challans pending on the vehicle and the person has to deposit Rs 29,720 as payment of the challan. Farid Khan has not paid a single fine for 7 years. Taking action, the police seized the vehicle. Explain that as per the Motor Vehicles (MV) Act, the police can confiscate vehicles with more than 10 unpaid challans.
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Penalty to be paid with interest
According to the e-challan website, most of the challans issued since 2014 were for riding without helmet or wrong parking. Some of the challans were also related to not wearing face masks in public places while riding. Some fines are also related to riding on the wrong side of the road. The police also served a legal notice to Khan asking him to pay the challan or else a charge sheet would be filed to confiscate his vehicle. The police confiscated his vehicle and issued him a notice that if he wanted his vehicle back, he would have to pay the fine along with interest.
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