LAHORE– The Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) has extended its scope of e-challan as now Islamabad registered vehicles will also be receiving their traffic violations tickets at their given addresses.
Chief Operating Officer PSCA Akbar Nasir Khan said in a statement Tuesday that the PSCA has got Islamabad Excise department data and Islamabad registered vehicles will be receiving their e-challan tickets in their houses now.
Islamabad registered vehicles will be under PSCA’s radar from coming week, he added.
Traffic violators will be fined under motor vehicle ordinance and rules.
Citizen can submit their challans in any branch of Bank of Punjab and Nation Bank of Pakistan.
Akbar Nasir further said the authority has written letters to other provincial governments for their respective excise record so that E-Challan of their vehicles may be sent to registered addresses.–PRESS HANDOUT