HYDERABAD: Vehicle drivers paying e-challan fine amounts need not intimate about it separately to the traffic police as it would be automatically reflected online.
As the server of e-Seva centres developed problem, the challans due for payment in the second half of June can be paid up to July 15, the Traffic Police Additional Commissioner V.S.K. Kaumudi clarified on Thursday.
It was found that some persons were damaging road dividers and railings for taking shorts-cuts.
The Inspectors were hence directed to register cases against such persons since damaging public property was a crime, Mr. Kaumudi said.