Users can then enter the challan ID and vehicle number and complete the payment using all pay modes, including UPI. The fine can be paid on the spot without any hassle.
Earlier, two two-wheelers were seized in Hyderabad and Rachakonda Commissionerate that had over 50 pending challans.
The statement said 450 agents from Swiggy, 278 from Zomato, and 188 from Dunzo were booked for violating traffic rules.
They have cited inaccuracy on part of the traffic policemen in noting down registration number of the vehicles committing violations as the reason.
As e-challans have been piling up without being paid, traffic police are conducting a special drive to collect the pending fines.
A total of Rs 1 lakh was collected as traffic violation fines imposed on police personnel of various ranks in the Warangal Commissionerate limits on Tuesday.