Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Bangladesh Police Rangpur Range Devdas Bhattacharjee BPM has said that if a traffic case is filed, you will get the papers immediately after submitting a fine. You need not go to the traffic office to pay the fine. The day of standing in the traffic office for making the payment is over.
He made these remarks while addressing the inaugural ceremony of e-traffic service at Lalmonirhat for the first time in Rangpur Division on September 7. DIG Devdas Bhattacharya said that if a traffic vehicle came to Lalmonirhat earlier from Dhaka, the owner of that vehicle had to come to Lalmonirhat traffic office at the specified time to pay the fine. The owner would have wasted time and money to pay the fine. Even then there was a long standing in the traffic office. To avoid these sufferings and inconveniences, e-traffic service has been introduced to provide traffic services. Now if you have a vehicle traffic case and pay it at the adjacent Yucash point, you will get the papers immediately. And the fine will also be credited to the revenue sector immediately.
Responding to reporters' questions, DIG said that in the first round, five Yukash points were made at Lalmonirhat. The number of Yukash points will gradually be increased.
E-traffic services have already been started in all the divisional cities, but today is the first time to introduce e-traffic services in Rangpur region. During the inaugural ceremony, he collected fine from three defective vehicles. He urged all to ensure safe roads, abiding by the traffic rules. Lalmonirhat Police Superintendent SM Rashidul Haque presided over the PPM-Seva, among others, Additional Superintendent of Police NM Nasir Uddin and Hasan Iqbal Chowdhury were present.