The growth of digital India has encouraged many Indian states to adopt an electronic Challan System to curtail and minimize traffic violations in the state. Using an online e-challan improves transparency and efficiency in recording traffic violations and issuing penalties.
Let's understand e challan MP system in a bit of detail.
You can track the status of your MP e-challan on the Park+ or Parivahan websites.
The other way to know the status of your MP e challan is to log in to the official site of the Government of India, Parivahan:
In case you do not pay your e-challan on time, you will have to appear in the court proceedings. If you fail or forget to pay the challan, there are high chances that your license may be revoked.
In case you are not tech-savvy, then you still can pay an e-challan issued by the Madhya Pradesh traffic police. You have two options for this:
Bring your driving license, identity proof, address proof, and traffic challan to any traffic police station in your city. Make payment for the penalty in cash and keep your receipt. Or find a traffic cop using a portable e-challan payment gadget. Use your credit/debit card to make a digital payment right away.
All vehicle owners should follow the following fundamental traffic regulations if they want to avoid getting a challan:
In a nutshell, the process of paying e-challan through online mediums in Madhya Pradesh has been made easy and faster, however, do ensure that you follow all traffic rules so as to avoid getting an e-challan in the first place.