Jumped signal anywhere in Maharashtra? You’ll still get e-challan
The police will be able to charge a driver for violation of traffic rules even if he has broken it in another part of the state.
If you are a Mumbai resident and think that you can get away with violating traffic laws in Pune, then think twice. In the next three months, Maharashtra could become the first state in the country to have a state-wide integrated e-challan system under its programme ‘One State One e-Challan’ – a project estimated to cost around Rs60 crore.