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Among 1.29L violators fined this year, 32K penalised for not wearing seat belt in Jammu

Jammu: It seems that the traffic cops in Jammu City have launched a strict drive in Jammu city to aware people of traffic rules as they penalized 1.29,290 violators this year. Moreover, there were zero violations of three offences including misuse of a government vehicle, use of red blinker lights and flat rates by auto rickshaws.

Among violators, the majority of them booked for not wearing seat belts. As per figures, 14,567 people were fined for not wearing a crash helmet and Rs 87,73,800 was realised, for seat belt violation, 32,181persons were fined and Rs 1,86,43,250 was realised, for pollution control certificate, 670 people were fined and Rs 4,80,950 was realised, for wrong parking, 7108 people were fined and Rs 91,01,250 was realised and for overspeed and dangerous driving, as many as 93 vehicles were challaned and Rs 60,400 was realised.         

A senior traffic cop said that a total of 1,29,290 violators was challaned this year and realized fine to the tune of Rs 7,27,90,200.

The SSP had also appealed to the general public that any traffic police officials asking for money or involved in corrupt practice, his complaint can be lodged on mobile number 9419156178 or 9149686208 .

Any complaints with regards to general grievances will be heard in the office chamber of SSP Traffic Jammu Panjtirthi. But if anybody violating the Traffic laws will not be tolerated. Please cooperate with traffic police Jammu for betterment and accident free Jammu city.


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