Nation Crime 02 Nov 2018 Hyderabad: Biker wit ...

Hyderabad: Biker with 134 challans caught

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Nov 2, 2018, 1:58 am IST
Updated Nov 2, 2018, 1:58 am IST
When a challan was issued against him, the police realised it was the 135th, and he had paid none of the previous ones.
“Though notice was served to pay the fines he had ignored them. However we caught him on Thursday evening.” (Representational image)
 “Though notice was served to pay the fines he had ignored them. However we caught him on Thursday evening.” (Representational image)

Hyderabad: A resident of old Alwal was found to have 134 pending traffic challans on his bike with total penalties of Rs 31,556. The Narayanguda police filed a chargesheet on the violator, seized his bike and sent him to court.

The police came upon the violator, Krishna Prakash, almost by chance: He was stopped for riding without a helmet. When a challan was issued against him, the police realised it was the 135th, and he had paid none of the previous ones.

 

According to the Narayanguda traffic police, it was during a routine check up at Himayatnagar Y-junction, that they stopped the bike bearing number TS10 ED 9176.

Mr Krishnam Raju, Narayanguda traffic police sub-inspector, who stopped the two-wheeler, said, “The highest number of pending e-challans were issued for cell phone driving followed by signal jumping and wrong side driving.”

He said all the challans had been imposed through non-contact enforcement. “Though notice was served to pay the fines he had ignored them. However we caught him on Thursday evening.”

 

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