- The Delhi High Court Chief Justice inaugurated a Virtual Court for online payment of traffic chalan. It is first such virtual court project in Delhi.
- The virtual court project will tackle the issue of voluminous pendency in courts and help people in getting their traffic challans disposed of while sitting at home.
- The Virtual Court will cater to the traffic challans generated by the Delhi Traffic Police via the e-chalan application. All traffic challans except those where the vehicle is impounded can be disposed of by making an online payment at the portal.
- The virtual court will be presided over by a Metropolitan Magistrate, whose jurisdiction can extend to the entire state. The court is expected to function 24*7.
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