Kudos "Hyderabad Traffic Police & Control Room"

Written by Sreenivas Mothukuru
Yesterday (30th November), when I was returning back from office along with my brother a Traffic Constable at Narayanguda stopped me and asked me to keep my bike (Honda Activa) aside. [My brother bought Honda Activa recently, it has Temporary Registration (T/R) number on it and I was driving the vehicle].

When asked, I showed my driving license (LMV Non Transport & Motor Cycle With Gear) and T/R. Bad thing is … T/R got expired a few days ago and Permanent Registration number not yet delivered to my house address by RTA. Good thing is … we have Permanent Registration payment slip with us. When asked, I showed Permanent Registration payment slip to the Traffic Constable. After a quick look at all documents the gentleman (Traffic Constable) said that the fine will be around 1000 bucks :( I was totally shocked after looking at the way Traffic Constable responded (even after producing all required documents)!

Then I called Hyderabad Traffic Control room, explained the situation to the officer on call and asked Traffic Constable to talk to him. Traffic Constable has no words to speak and handed over phone to his officer (Traffic Inspector K. Narasimha Reddy). After their quick conversation officer looking at all the documents and asked me to leave politely without any fine.

Kudos Hyderabad Traffic Police & Control room for bridging the gap between common man and Police department!

Link to Facebook HYDTP page

- M.Sreenivas
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