Traffic Challan: fined for driving a car without wearing a helmet, traffic police sent a challan to the woman – Gautam Budh Nagar Traffic Police Challan Woman For Driving Car Without Wearing Helmet

Gautam Budh Nagar traffic police challan woman for driving car without wearing helmet

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In a bizarre incident, a Greater Noida woman has been fined for driving a car without wearing a helmet. Shailja Chowdhary, a government school teacher and vehicle owner, received an e-challan of Rs 1,000 from the Gautam Budh Nagar traffic police on June 27 for driving without a helmet in Noida’s Hoshiarpur area. Interestingly, he does not have any two-wheeler registered in his name.

What was written in the invoice?

The message Chaudhary received from the traffic police for the e-challan had the registration number of his car written on it, but a photo of a bike was attached. The message mentioned that he had been fined for driving without a helmet. According to media reports, Chaudhary said, “I received a message from the traffic police on my mobile phone. Initially, I thought that a relative who had come to my house must have violated traffic rules while driving my car. However, when I opened the message, , I was shocked to see that a picture of a bike has been sent along with the challan and my car’s registration number is mentioned for riding without a helmet on June 27 at 8.29 am.

The woman does not have a two wheeler

She said that she was not driving at Hoshiarpur on the said time and date. “I don’t have any two-wheeler as only Hyundai i20 is registered in my name,” he said, adding that it was clearly a mistake on the part of the traffic police and they should cancel the challan issued in his name. .

refused to go to the police control room

The challan also mentions that the violator will have to visit the traffic control room office in Noida Sector 14A before the due date, failing which legal action will be taken against him. Chowdhary said he was not ready to drive to the police control room for a crime he had not committed.

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According to media reports, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Traffic, Preeti Yadav said that sometimes the Integrated Traffic Management System (ITMS) misreads the registration number and such complaints can be made through email or by directly visiting the office.

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