Chandigarh– In a major transfer to boost the enforcement capabilities of the Transport Department, the Haryana Cabinet, convened beneath the chairmanship of Chief Minister Sh. Manohar Lal, has accorded approval to bestow challaning powers upon Transport Inspectors beneath Rule 225 of the Haryana Motor Vehicles Rules 1993.
Currently, there are 114 positions for Transport Inspectors within the state, with 66 officers within the Transport Department already assigned primarily to enforcement duties. These enforcement officers might be along with 22 DTO-cum-Secretary RTA, 22 Motor Vehicle Officer (Enforcement), and seven Assistant Secretary degree officers.
Recognizing the crucial want for expanded enforcement capacities throughout the state, the State Cabinet has permitted the extension of challaning powers to those Transport Inspectors beneath Rule 225 of the Haryana Motor Vehicles Rules 1993.
This strategic resolution goals to additional strengthen the enforcement processes inside the Transport division, guaranteeing more practical adherence to the provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act all through the state. The Transport Inspectors will now train the authority to situation challans, in case instructions are issued by the respective DTO-cum-Secretary RTA and with prior approval from the Transport Commissioner.
By empowering further officers with challaning powers, the Haryana authorities will guarantee an improved implementation of the Motor Vehicle Act, contributing to safer and extra regulated transportation practices throughout the state.