According to the new Motor Vehicle Act by the Central Government, after the challan has been made, now the Transport Department is going to make online arrangements for depositing the challan. After the invoicing by the departmental authorities, most of the drivers are worried about the cash problem. In such a situation, the Transport Department is going to give an option to submit the challan through the Treasury along with making online arrangements.
ARTO (Administration) Arvind Pandey says that since the new Motor Vehicle Act, vehicle owners are being fined heavily and people have a cash crisis. Many vehicle owners argue that they can submit online challan, but there is no arrangement in this regard from the department.
In such a situation, vehicle owners are being given the option of an online deposit for which a change is being made in the software. ARTO Arvind Pandey says that vehicle owners who are being invoiced can submit the challan online as well as through the treasury.
Preparation for submission of challan through POS
ARTO Arvind Pandey says that after the new Motor Vehicle Act comes into force, arrangements are being made to install POS machines to enable the vehicle owners to pay the challan through ATM credit or debit card. Officials of several banks, including SBI, are being negotiated in this regard.
The increased crowd in RTO
With the implementation of the new Motor Vehicle Act, there has been a sudden increase in crowd in RTO. With the creation of new driving license in RTO, renewal of old, registration of vehicles, as well as challan rush, has also increased.
In such a situation, there is a huge crowd at all RTO counters, especially at the fee collecting counters. Online arrangements are being made to control this crowd and speed up the collection of fees.