Delhi traffic police on Tuesday fined 250 vehicles for trying to hide registration plates, senior police officials said.
Muktesh Chander, special commissioner of police (traffic), said that a special drive was started on Tuesday to prosecute drivers who were deploying various means to hide their registration numbers in order to dodge the police.
“Our teams have been noticing that many drivers were using ribbons and ropes etc to hide their registration numbers. These methods were being used to prevent speeding and red light violation cameras from reading their number plates and in turn saving them from challans. My message to these drivers is that such ‘hacks’ are not going to work,” Chander said.
He added, “Delhi traffic police is keeping a close eye on such vehicles. Algorithms can figure out the correct registration number of the car and traffic cops will reach their homes to prosecute them.”
News Source: Newslogic