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Modes of Challan
challan modes
1. Manual Challans on Spot

challan form

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Field staff of Chandigarh Police challan the traffic rules and regulation violators on the spot. The copy of challan is handed over to the violator on the spot. If he fails to pay the challan amount on time, then the challan is forwarded to the concerned court, which then issues summons to the accused, as per law.

2. Traffic Violations Information Slip (TVIS)

TVIS Slip

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If any officer of Chandigarh Police notices any traffic rules and regulations violations, then a TVIS is sent by that officer to traffic Police line Chandigarh. Thereafter, the owner of the vehicles is sent a challan under section 133 of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988. If he fails to pay the challan amount on time, then the challan is forwarded to the concerned court, which then issues summons to the accused, as per law.

3. Through CCTV Camera

The violations of the traffic rules and regulations are also being monitored by using various CCTV Cameras installed at many points in the city. The owner of the violating vehicles is sent a challan under section 133 of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988. If he fails to pay the challan amount on time, then the challan is forwarded to the concerned court, which then issues summons to the accused, as per law.

4. Through Facebook

The pictures showing the violations of traffic rules and regulations within the jurisdiction of Chandigarh, may be posted at the facebook page of Chandigarh Traffic Police. The post should necessarily mention the place, date and time of violation. If the registration number of violating vehicle is visible, then a challan under section 133 of motor vehicle Act, 1988 is sent to the owner of offending vehicle. If he fails to pay the challan amount on time, then the challan is forwarded to the concerned court, which then issues summons to the accused, as per law.

5. Wrong Parking Sticker

TVIS Parking

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The wrongly parked vehicles are challaned by pasting Wrong Parking Violation Stickers on the vehicles. A challan under section 133 of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 is also sent to the owner of these vehicles. If he fails to pay the challan amount on time, then the challan is forwarded to the concerned court, which then issues summons to the accused, as per law.

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