Now Udaipur police will easily be able to track if you don’t have your license or miss out on any documentation of your vehicles. Just like the metro cities, police started E-challan in Udaipur also.
40 E-challan machines were issued to different points wherein 30 were delivered to police stations and 10 were given to the traffic department. These E-challan machines are connected with the internet and would intake the vehicle number and reveal all the missing documents of your vehicle whose challan would be deducted afterward.
The police department has appealed to the citizens of Udaipur to carry all the documents of the vehicle, not to ride/drive without a license, two-wheeler riders should wear a helmet and four-wheeler drivers should wear seat belts.
This action will result in transparency in penalty recovery and the age-old vehicle without registration running on the streets of Udaipur will also be caught.
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The State government issued the third transfer list of IPS in just 48 hours on Tuesday. In the list, 6 DIG and 12 SP officers have been transferred. These include 8 district’s SPs. ADG ML and Rajeev Dasot have been promoted to DG rank. Udaipur’s SP Kunwar Rashtradeep has been posted to Ajmer whereas Ajmer’s SP Kailash Chandra Bishnoi has been appointed as SP of Udaipur.
The New SP of Udaipur, Kailash Chandra Bishnoi hails from Bikaner and has also served as the Superintendent of police in Bharatpur, Alwar, Hanumangarh, Jhunjhunu, and Sirohi.
There are 9 such lists of 20 IPS, whose posts have been changed for the second time in 48 hours. These also include two DCPs posted in Jaipur. After this list, there will be three additional police commissioners in Jaipur for the first time. This responsibility will be with Laxman Gaur, Ajay Pal Lamba, and Prasanna Kumar Khamsera.
District Police of Udaipur launched three new innovations for the safety of people in the city of Udaipur. These innovations involve a WhatsApp helpline number, a software named as ‘Intezaam’ and a police help card for the tourists.
What is Intezaam software and what will it do?
During unpredictable situations and while deployment of heavy police force, till date, the allotment of police was done by manual systems such as roll calls after which they were briefed about their duties separately. This entire process was a time consuming one and even after all this sometimes, some policemen were not updated about their role and duties.
In order to diminish the problem, a software named as ‘Intezaam’ was envisioned by the SP of Udaipur, Kunwar Rasthradeep. The software will process the allotment of duties and dispense the information across the force. Once the duties would be allotted, each member of the force will receive an SMS where their duties, locations and reporting authority would be mentioned. This will turn out to be an extremely time-saving process and also maintain a mutual coordination amongst the police force.
All about the WhatsApp Udaipur Police helpline number
This Whatsapp helpline number i.e. 9413012299will be displayed at all the entry points of the cities along with tourist locations and public places, restaurants, hotels, etc. Moreover, all the telecommunication companies are contacted too so that anyone arriving in the city gets the helpline number on their phones through an SMS. During the time of distress and need, any local or tourist can contact the police department directly. This service will be managed and monitored by the office of ASP Paras Jain.
Help card by the police department
SP Kunwar Rashtradeep has designed a help card for the locals and the tourists which will be available at the public places and the tourist attractions of the city. It will also be available at the entry points of the city such as railway station, airport, bus stands, etc. Authorities that of hotels and restaurants will also be provided by this card so that they can distribute the cards to those who can be benefitted by them.
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