The Caretaker Chief Minister of Punjab has unveiled an innovative tracking system and e-challan software for the Punjab Highway Patrolling Police. This initiative aims to combat vehicle theft and the use of false number plates in the province.
The newly introduced tracking technology will enable the police to locate stolen cars and vehicles with counterfeit number plates. By integrating real-time data, law enforcement agencies can effectively monitor and track such vehicles, enhancing their ability to recover stolen vehicles and apprehend culprits.
In addition, the e-challan app has been integrated with the digital tracking system, streamlining traffic law enforcement and improving interactions between police officers and motorists. Violators will receive prompt e-challans, replacing traditional paper tickets and reducing administrative expenses.
The Caretaker Chief Minister highlighted that the tracking mechanism and e-challan app will contribute to maintaining vehicular discipline in Punjab. He commended the Punjab Highway Patrolling Police for their pioneering efforts in implementing these technological advancements.
The provincial government hopes that this comprehensive system will serve as a model for other regions grappling with similar challenges. The initiative is expected to enhance overall safety, increase vehicle recovery rates, and improve traffic management throughout the province.