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Demonetisation: Pay traffic fine through swipe machine in Nashik

Traffic cops have already started the use of swipe machines for the convenience of commuters since Monday

Press Trust of India  |  Nashik 

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In its bid to deal with the cash crunch due to demonetisation, traffic police have began collecting fine through swipe machines.

The move has been initiated by the police department in association with State Bank of India, which has provided the (point of sale) or swipe machines for the purpose, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Vijay Patil said.

Initially, 12 busiest junctions across the city have been provided with swipe machines, which include Road railway station, MG Road, Old Centre bus station, Dwarka square, the official said, adding that more areas would be covered in the coming days.

Traffic cops have already started the use of swipe machines for the convenience of commuters since Monday.

Patil said the step will also bring transparency into the system.

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Demonetisation: Pay traffic fine through swipe machine in Nashik

Traffic cops have already started the use of swipe machines for the convenience of commuters since Monday

Traffic cops have already started the use of swipe machines for the convenience of commuters since Monday
In its bid to deal with the cash crunch due to demonetisation, traffic police have began collecting fine through swipe machines.

The move has been initiated by the police department in association with State Bank of India, which has provided the (point of sale) or swipe machines for the purpose, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Vijay Patil said.

Initially, 12 busiest junctions across the city have been provided with swipe machines, which include Road railway station, MG Road, Old Centre bus station, Dwarka square, the official said, adding that more areas would be covered in the coming days.

Traffic cops have already started the use of swipe machines for the convenience of commuters since Monday.

Patil said the step will also bring transparency into the system.
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Demonetisation: Pay traffic fine through swipe machine in Nashik

Traffic cops have already started the use of swipe machines for the convenience of commuters since Monday

In its bid to deal with the cash crunch due to demonetisation, traffic police have began collecting fine through swipe machines.

The move has been initiated by the police department in association with State Bank of India, which has provided the (point of sale) or swipe machines for the purpose, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Vijay Patil said.

Initially, 12 busiest junctions across the city have been provided with swipe machines, which include Road railway station, MG Road, Old Centre bus station, Dwarka square, the official said, adding that more areas would be covered in the coming days.

Traffic cops have already started the use of swipe machines for the convenience of commuters since Monday.

Patil said the step will also bring transparency into the system.

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