The kanpur traffic police stunned suburbanites when it as of late became visible that challans adding up to almost Rs 2.5 crore were given in only 45 days. Also, all the challans were given for criminal traffic offences at a solitary crossing point close to fire Brigade Fazalganj in the city. As individuals began getting messages about petty criminal offences and challans, the specialists understood that it was a result of their broken global vehicle the executives' framework (ITMS), which prompted 16,000 individuals being improperly tested Rs 2.40 crore. After the matter was accounted for, the organization is said to have reclaimed the greater part of the challans during this period and guaranteed that the excess ones will likewise be before long removed.
The traffic police have additionally quit utilizing the ITMS innovation briefly. The huge blunder came to see after the traffic office was overflowed with grumblings from suburbanites who said they have gotten e-challans regardless of keeping all traffic guidelines. At the point when the specialists checked the computerized traffic observing framework, worth crores, they tracked down that the ITMS was giving misrepresented and erroneous punishments. While many individuals decided to grumble to the traffic division, it isn't clear the number of workers has as of now paid the challan that they were unjustly given.
Traffic authorities are currently physically checking the vehicular development in specific spaces of Kanpur. The suburbanites, be that as it may, are presently whining of weighty gridlocks at different spots in the city. The occupants have asked the specialists to take care of the traffic circumstance and not punish basically the individuals who are observing every one of the guidelines.
In one more peculiar instance of traffic challan from kanpur, a vehicle proprietor was as of late punished for not wearing a cap while driving. vishal Mishra, who has a maruti Suzuki Swift vehicle, guaranteed he got a challan against his vehicle number for not wearing a cap. vishal was subsequently seen driving the vehicle with his cap on, which he said is a safeguard to stay away from future punishments.