How do I complain about wrong challan in Mumbai?
To register your complaint with the Traffic Police in Mumbai online, all you have to do now is send a text message with your complaint on WhatsApp to 8454999999. You can also track your complaint with the help of a complaint number which you will receive once the complaint has been registered.
How do I contest a challan in court?
Click on ‘View’ link in the case information; detailed challan is displayed. Select ‘I wish to contest the case’ radio button. The system will prompt for OTP verification. On successful verification, submit button will be displayed.
How do I challenge Challan in Maharashtra?
Violators can plead guilty and pay the fine by visiting vcourts.gov.in or choose the option to contest the case. If a violator decides to contest the case, then it will be assigned to the court in whose jurisdiction the traffic violation has taken place.”
How can I check my car fines?
Visit the E-Challan – Digital Traffic/Transport Enforcement Solution website at https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in. Click on ‘Check Challan Status’ The website allows you to check the status using either your challan number, vehicle number or driving licence number.
What happens if I dont pay Challan?
If you don’t pay the e-challan within 60 days of it being issued to you, a traffic police will visit your address to collect the payment. If you are not available or are unable to make the payment, you will be issued a court summons to appear in court and make the payment.
How can I complain about wrong Challan?
Sir, Kindly mail your grievance in detail at firstname.lastname@example.org in this regard. The prosecution is based on an automatic camera-based system that scans the number plate of a violating vehicle and matches it with the database, followed by sending a message to the offender’s mobile phone.
What happens if challan in court?
Consequences of not paying challan on time:
If you do not submit the e-challan on time, your challan is likely to go to court. Following which the vehicle owner needs to go to court to pay fines. Even on-spot challan is also sent to the court by the traffic police after a period of 60 days, if not paid.
What is the meaning of Challan pending in court?
This means that there is a good chance that you may have been issued an e-challan which, if unpaid, could even invite court’s intervention. So, to avoid this situation, we suggest that you develop a practice of regularly checking if any e-challan has been issued against your vehicle.
Can two Challans be issued on same day?
No person can be fined twice for the same offence unless the offence in question is overspeeding. However, if the offender has lost the receipt of the earlier fine and if he is driving the vehicle in another state, he will have to pay the fine again.