For the first time in India, Andhra Pradesh Police introduced 'e-Challan', an IT-based traffic control and monitoring system, in Visakhapatnam city in southern India on a pilot-basis.
Under this system, challans will be issued to offenders on the spot by using hand-held terminals and the data will be transferred to computer servers of Police and Road Transport Departments. These devices have the facility for swiping credit/debit cards to pay the penalties.
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