Hyderabad: Traffic police nab man with over 90 unpaid challans

Hyderabad: The Hyderabad traffic police confiscated the two-wheeler of an accused who had 92 pending challans for different traffic infractions in the city for the past seven years.

According to the traffic police department, a total of Rs 25,250 in fines has been accumulated for his traffic offences. The accused Vikas Kumar was apprehended near Kushaiguda during a regular vehicle check. He was seen driving his Honda Activa without a helmet on.

The police impounded his bike and issued him a receipt to pay the fine plus interest. The police can confiscate automobiles with more than ten unpaid challans under the Motor Vehicles (MV) Act.

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According to the e-challan website, the majority of the challans issued in 2014 were for not wearing a helmet or parking incorrectly. Some of the challans were also connected to not wearing a face mask when riding in public locations. Riding on the wrong side of the road resulted in several fines.

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