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Traffic Lok Adalat from Feb 9 to 11

Wed 08 Feb 2017, 12:02:52

The City Traffic Police have said that they stand a good chance of being let off with just fines and not imprisonment, if they turned up for a Traffic Lok Adalat being organised from February 9 to February 11.

“Offenders caught with blood alcohol concentration levels less than 100ml will be exempted from imprisonment,” said AV Ranganath, Deputy Commissioner of Police, adding that however, this would not be applicable to drivers of public transport vehicles like autos, buses, lorries and others.

The Lok Adalat, being organised in association with the judiciary, will have the court sessions being held from 10 am to 5 pm on all three days. Citizens having pending challans on their vehicles can use the Lok Adalat, where they will be allowed to clear the pending challans by paying half of the actual fine



amount.

The Adalat will be held simultaneously at the Goshamahal Police Stadium and near Tivoli Theatre, Secunderabad.Ranganath said the department, for the first time, would introduce a token system to ease the procedures.

“The venues will have five tents, with the token to indicate the tent number, date, serial number,” the DCP said, adding that the tokens would have to be collected from the reception desk.

Citizens can access the Lok Adalat Traffic forms through the Hyderabad Traffic Police’s official website and Facebook, and traffic police stations concerned. Cases registered under Hyderabad, Rachakonda and Cyberabad will be cleared too, irrespective of the jurisdictions, he said.


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