Over 3,000 women fined for driving without a helmet in 120 days | Chandigarh News

Chandigarh: As many as 3,094 women driving two-wheelers without helmets were arrested from March 27 to July 16.
Police said they only started the drill after conducting several awareness campaigns.

The police said they canceled the challans of rapist women belonging to the Sikh religion. However, the offender must show identification showing “Kaur” in their last name, cops said, adding that they had canceled 10 challans.
On the other hand, the police have started issuing challans for offenses such as zebra crossing violation, talking on cell phone, driving in the wrong lane and not wearing seat belt through the center of integrated command control (CICC). Previously, challans for speeding and jumping at a red light were only sent by him.
Uday Pal, DSP, traffic, they issued challans for all traffic offenses visible through ICCC. Motorists are urged to observe traffic rules when driving on the roads, he said.
Police issued 90,567 challans — 56,197 for jumping at a red light and 34,370 for speeding — between March 27 and July 16, the data showed. With high definition night vision cameras, traffic cops can also issue challans during night hours.
No less than 15 traffic police officers worked around the clock to monitor important places in the city and issue challans on automatic violations detected by cameras. Within the framework of the ICCC, more than 2000 CCTV cameras have been installed in the city to keep tabs on traffic offenders. Police officials said they also issued challans to vehicles from other states.
The ICCC, as part of the smart city project, was inaugurated by Home Minister Amit Shah on March 27 this year.


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