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Uttar Pradesh Cancelled All The Traffic Challans From 2017 To 2021

The Uttar Pradesh government announced the cancellation of all the pending traffic challans of all the private and commercial vehicle owners that were issued between 2017 and 2021. This announcement was made by issuing a press release on 9 June 2023 by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. This new announcement made a big relief for the people who have violated the traffic rules during the past 5 years.

A statement was issued by the Transport Commissioner Chandra Bhushan Singh that “Uttar Pradesh government has canceled the challan of the vehicle owners in the state, giving concession to the owners who have not paid the challan between January 1, 2017, and December 31, 2021. This applies to all vehicles, including those pending in various courts.”

Transport Commissioner Chandra Bhushan Singh instructed the divisional transport officers to withdraw all the traffic challans as soon as they will receive the list of vehicle challans from the court.

The statement of Transport Commissioner Chandra Bhushan Singh also added that “This decision by the UP government will provide tremendous relief to the general public. This decision by CM Yogi Adityanath has been welcomed by lakhs of vehicle owners, particularly those who were previously charged with violating traffic rules. The government has issued instructions to all divisional transport offices to remove pending challans from the e-challan portal after receiving the court’s list,”

The cancellation of previous challans is in accordance with Uttar Pradesh Ordinance No. 2 of June 2023, according to the transport commissioner. Transport Commissioner Chandra Bhushan Singh added “It is notable that farmers in Noida were protesting for the cancellation of such challans. This move paves the way for the waiver of crores of challans across Uttar Pradesh.”

The statement also added that all vehicle drivers whether private or commercial vehicles who think that they have been wrongly issued with the challans can file a complaint on the website. It should be noted that a notification is always sent to the mobile number whenever a vehicle challan is deducted ensuring a clear communication.

The statement issued by the UP government also added that “Following the cancellation of old pending challans, the drivers should not panic after this period. They can fill online traffic challans sitting at home. Detailed information can be obtained by visiting the official website of UP Traffic Police, and for this, only the vehicle number is required.”

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