New Delhi. According to the new notification of the Ministry of Transport, the State Enforcement Agencies will have to send a notice to the offender within fifteen days of the commission of the offense related to the violation of traffic rules and electronic record till the disposal of the challan. should be stored.
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has issued a notification under the amended Motor Vehicles Act 1989 for electronic monitoring and enforcement of road safety, in which electronic devices will be used for issuing challans.
The electronic record will be stored till the settlement of the invoice.
“Intimation of crime shall be sent within fifteen days of occurrence of crime and electronic records collected through electronic surveillance should be stored till settlement of challan,” the ministry tweeted.
The notice of offense shall be sent within fifteen days of the occurrence of the offense and the electronic record collected by way of electronic monitoring should be stored till the disposal of challan.
— MORTHINDIA (@MORTHIndia) August 19, 2021
Under the new rules, electronic devices will be used prominently to enforce traffic laws. These include speed capture cameras, CCTV cameras, speed guns, body mounted cameras, motor dashboard cameras, automatic number plate recognition devices (ANPR), weighing machines and other technologies.
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Electronic equipment will be installed on National Highway and State Highway
According to an official statement, the state governments will ensure that all electronic devices that comply with traffic laws are installed on high-risk and very busy roads of national highways and state highways. Apart from this, these devices will be installed at important intersections and roundabouts of all major cities with a population of at least one million.
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