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Be alert… Traffic Police have started issuing challans on high security plates – Uttar Pradesh Traffic Police have started issuing challans on high security plates



Lucknow/Noida: From Thursday, Department of Transport and Traffic Police have started action against those who failed to fit the High Security Registration Plate (HSRP) on the vehicle in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. As of 4 p.m. Thursday, the Ministry of Transport fined 170 commercial vehicles and imposed a fine of Rs 5,000 each. ARTO Administrator Siyaram Verma said this campaign will continue. There are still about two lakh vehicles in the district that do not have a High Security License Plate (HSRP). The deadline to apply was February 15. In the capital Lucknow, number plates of officers’ vehicles have not changed so far.

The challan cutting process has begun
Traffic police have begun challenging vehicles traveling without a High Security License Plate (HSRP). On the other hand, on the first day, the traffic police stopped 450 vehicles while carrying out a campaign. DCP Traffic said a campaign has been launched against vehicles with old license plates throughout the district, including Sector 62 Model Town Gol Chakkar. Those who applied for the HSRP and have an online booking receipt were not charged.

How to book for HSRP
You can register at to get a high security license plate. The fees to be paid are Rs 600-1000 for a four-wheeled vehicle and Rs 300-400 for a two-wheeled vehicle. 250 for home delivery of license plates and Rs 125 for two-wheelers will have to be paid extra. If you are unable to book HSRP online, you can also visit your vehicle company’s service center or branch.

Even the plates of the gentlemen’s vehicles have not changed
Also in Lucknow, the Department for Transport’s enforcement team began challenging vehicles without HSRP from Thursday. The transport commissioner informed that 71 vehicles were checked on the first day. On the contrary, the agents of many ministries did not install new plates on their vehicles. In the NBT investigation on Thursday, only old license plates were found in the vehicles of officers from many departments.

Old license plates on these officers’ vehicles
ADM-UP 64W 6776
Deputy Municipal Commissioner – UP 32 DN 7353
Horticulture Department Officer – UP 32 BG 2302, UP 66 G 0067
Chief Engineer PWD – UP 32 BG 6845
Jal Nigam – UP 32 CW 9764
ADM-UP 32 JZ 1966
CMO-UP 32 EG 4592
Additional Municipal Commissioner – UP 32 MG 8311
Assistant Commissioner of Transport – UP 32 EG 2291
Registrar of the UP Public Service Authority – UP 32 BG 2815
Police patrol car – UP 32 DG 0481
Geologist GSI – UP 34 AL 1952

There will be a fine of up to Rs 15,000
The Ministry of Transport has formed six teams to act against vehicles without high security license plates. Transport Commissioner Chandra Bhushan Singh said Transport Department teams will carry out a surprise check at the toll booth. Trains on which HSRP will not be received will be disputed. Five thousand will be disputed initially, ten thousand in a second time and 15 thousand rupees in a third time.

If a new plate is reserved, you can avoid the challan by showing the receipt
Application RTO Sandeep Kumar Pankaj said vehicle owners can avoid challan action by showing online application receipt for HSRP facility. For this, the online reservation must be made by going to the SIAM website. After that you can print the booking receipt.