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As part of this plan, a suggestion was also received for the automatic debit of the fine from the offender’s account.


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The offender will receive an SMS concerning the debit of the amount of the fine

Haryana’s government intends to implement an automatic challan system for overspeeding in the state, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Wednesday. As part of that plan, a suggestion was also received for an automatic debit of the fine from the offender’s account, he said.

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“We have a plan to put in place an automatic challan system for overspeeding on the roads in some areas,” Khattar told media here.

The offender will receive a text message about the charge of the fine, he said.

The CM further said the state government collected a fine in the amount of Rs 72 crore for various traffic rule violations including overspeeding and overloading in the past five months. He said about 25,000 challans have been issued for different violations.

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Khattar said that from November 2019 to March 2020 a total of 9,800 challans were issued and a fine of Rs 37 crore was levied for such violations.

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