Report Traffic Violations on WhatsApp

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Delhi traffic Police has launched a brand new WhatsApp helpline the use of which residents of Delhi can ship in audio visual complaints of any site visitors rule violation, unauthorized parking, erroneous traffic alerts and similar issues from any place within the city.

The visitors Police drive, which already has a strong social media presence with around 200,000 followers of facebook, has began the WhatsApp helpline number ‘8750871493’ in a bid to further join with the voters.

“Delhi site visitors Police is excited to connect with Delimits on WhatsApp. If you want to whine about any site visitors violation, unauthorized parking, overcharging/refusal/misbehavior by way of auto/taxi, misguided visitors alerts, or another difficulty related to visitors problem, you may also send picture or quick video clip with small print similar to your identify, situation, date, time and so on., on cell quantity 8750871493 thru WhatsApp,” said different Commissioner of Police (traffic) Muktesh Chander.

“We guarantee you of our prompt action to your criticism and feedback about motion taken. Lend a hand us in our endeavour of ‘Mobility with safety’, he introduced.

Report Traffic Violations on WhatsApp

 

The helpline has been launched with the goal to encourage citizens to file traffic-associated violations and any unlawful activities without difficulty.

The visitors Police had recently requested residents of Delhi to come forward and bitch about illegal parking in the city thru their fb page and site visitors helpline numbers 1095 to be able to curb the risk of ‘parking mafia’. The launching of a WhatsApp helpline is considered as a step forward in this path.

Delhi Police has been making concentrated efforts of late to utilize the possibility of WhatsApp, the well-liked messaging app to reach out to the citizens and also for effective conversation amongst themselves.

The drive had launched an anti-corruption helpline (9910641064) using the messaging app WhatsApp on August 6 where citizens can ship audio and video clips in case a police officer demands a bribe or harasses a person.

Plenty of instances were stated thus far on this connection and recommended motion has been initiated against erring cops.

On August 28, a circular was issued by the top brass of the force asking all of the officials from Chowki in-charge to Joint Commissioners, to use the app to attach with most of the people apart from themselves.