Whatsapp one of the most used mobile apps in India. The meaning of this application varies from student to businessman. While using it to exchange important notes with other exchanges, their important accounts. That being said, WhatsApp is at the center of the lives of many people in India.
Taking into account the similar note, the Delhi traffic police launched its WhatsApp number which will help to limit traffic violations in the city.
Delhi, despite being the capital of India, has always seen traffic violations on a daily basis. Whether it's someone jumping red light, bribing the police officer or unauthorized parking and making traffic stop completely.
A similar initiative was taken by the police of Uttar Pradesh a couple of weeks ago and the results were resounding, to say the least. The Delhi police will hope for a similar result so that it can change the dynamics of the sense of traffic in the capital.
To make sure that the way you can use the services take a look at the following suggestions:
- Assistance number WhatsApp Delhi – 8750871493
- If you notice traffic violations or a car parked in an unauthorized area; you can click on an image or upload a video and send it to the number shown above.
- The number can also be used to send photos / videos of policemen who accept bribes.
- You can also post photos on the Delhi Traffic Police Facebook page to have them capture "park the mafia".
The Delhi traffic police assured everyone in Delhi that timely action will be taken if the complaint is found to be true. Everyone, from Chownki-in charge to the Joint Commissioner, was asked to use the app to connect with the general public in addition to themselves.
India is changing the face of technology on a global basis. If technology can change the face of Delhi yet to be seen. We will soon find the answers.
So what are you waiting for? Click on the images of the offenders and send it to the number above and, if you are a traffic violator, hope no one will click on your image.
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