No one hasn’t broken the rules of the road once or twice in their haste, especially on a Monday morning when a traffic warden waving his hand in front of your automobile will halt and write you a huge fat ticket.
If you ignore a traffic light, you may be issued a challan, but paying that challan might be a real pain. Many of us aren’t ready for that level of commitment. Even so, there’s some good news.
A new online system for traffic citations has been created by the traffic police in Punjab’s several cities, so violators can pay their fines without any fuss. People can now pay their challans using a variety of digital methods, including Easy-Paisa, Jazz Cash, and bank apps on their smartphone devices. Isn’t it true that everything is going digital?
However, only Lahore, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, and Multan are now supported. However, it is planned to be implemented in other cities of Punjab in the near future.
We’re here to show you how to pay your challans right now, step by step!
Pay using Easy Paysa
Easy paisa is one of the most popular and trusted cash transfer apps in Pakistan.. In addition to being quick and easy to use, this method of transferring money is also convenient. Here’s a quick guide on getting things done.
Follow these steps:
- Navigate to easy paisa app from your mobile.
- Select ‘see all’ from the drop-down menu that appears.
- In ‘Pay Bills and Fees,’ Tap the ‘Goverment fees’ option.
- To find your city’s traffic cops, type “Punjab” into the search bar.
- Enter the PSID number in the space provided (Mentioned on your traffic violation ticket).
- Enter the amount due on your challan here. In order to avoid confusion, write “0” before the amount (for example, Rs. 0200 or Rs. 0300).
- You’ve paid your challan in no time at all with just six easy steps and a few quick taps.
Pay through your bank’s app
Isn’t it true that we’re all equipped with smartphones? And, of course, everyone of us must have access to the mobile banking app of our preferred financial institution. If you do, things will get a whole lot easier. It is possible to pay your challan via the HBL, Mezaan, and Alfalah bank applications, respectively. It’s a snap to make a payment with this technique.
Let’s take a closer look at this: Using HBL’s mobile app, follow these instructions.
- On your phone or tablet, open the app.
- The ‘more’ symbol at the upper right of the screen can be tapped.
- Select ‘Excise and Taxation’ from the drop-down menu that appears.
- Your company should be the “Government of Punjab.”
- You can pay your challan on the spot by entering the 18-digit PSID number found on your traffic ticket!
You can now pay your challan on-the-spot without spending any time or effort by following a few simple steps described above. Please keep in mind that this procedure is only applicable to manual challans issued on the road, and not to E-challans.