New Delhi, March 3 (IANS) Now people do not have to run from pillar to post to pay traffic fines. They can deposit them at kiosks being set up across the city, a police official said Wednesday.
‘We are trying up with e-based Jeeven Project of the Delhi government. With them we will open up kiosks across the capital where people can pay their traffic fines. People can also pay through credit cards,’ said a senior police official.
‘This way both the people as well as the courts can breath easy. We are still working out the formalities associated with the project, ‘ the officer added.
The police is planning to open up around 2,000 kiosks. However no time frame was provided when these kiosks will start functioning.
These government kiosks will provide a single window facility for various services pertaining to different departments and ministries in the national capital. The kiosks apart from accepting traffic fine payments and other service bills, will also give information on forms and notices being taken out by various ministries.