Pay traffic challans at Jeevan kiosks
New Delhi: Soon you may be able to pay
your traffic challans at Delhi government-run kiosks under the
e-based Jeevan Project.
The traffic wing of Delhi Police has recently
expressed interest in becoming a partner of the project where
traffic notice payments will be accepted at the kiosks spread
across the city.
"We are likely to become a partner of the project.
Once it materialises, people can pay their traffic challans.
We are working out the modalities," a senior police official
The city police has recently asked bidders for 2,000
hand-held e-challaning equipment to ensure that its software
should have the option for transactions through Jeevan kiosks
once they finalise the arrangement with the government.
Traffic Police were also earlier thinking about
accepting credit card payment for realising traffic challans
and notices. "We are still working on it," the official said.
The Jeevan kiosks provide a single-window facility for
various services pertaining to different departments and
ministries in the national capital in order to make it a truly
These computerised citizen service centres or web
portals, facilitate payment of various bills, issue of
different forms, applications and information brochures.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- UP CM Yogi Adityanath takes 50 decisions without single Cabinet meet
- UP CM Yogi Adityanath reviews Gomti riverfront work
- UP CM Yogi Adityanath warns supporters of criminals, mafia
- Legal, illegal slaughterhouses in UP: What you need to know
- Triple talaq, polygamy integral part of Islam: AIMPLB tells SC
- Azam Khan demands ban on cow slaughter across India, says Muslims should stop eating beef
- Kapil Sharma–Sunil Grover fallout: Kiku Sharda finally breaks silence
- Sunil Grover to return as Dr Mashoor Gulati!
- Asaduddin Owaisi asks Centre to clarify policy on buffalo meat export, Nirmala Sitharaman gives apt reply
- No ban on cow slaughter in three Northeast states if party comes to power next year: BJP