Fines for traffic violations can now be paid from ESEWA itself. The fines for violation of vehicles in the Metropolitan Traffic Division and other subordinate offices can be paid from ESEWA. The online payment agreement was signed by Roshan Lamichhane, Chief Operating Officer of ESEWA and Janak Bhattarai, Senior Superintendent of Police on behalf of Mahashakha Online . The online payment service has been launched by the Metropolitan Traffic Police with the development of TVRS (Traffic Violation Record System) software so that the fines for violating traffic rules can be paid online. The use of technology and the facility of online payment is expected to make the management of vehicles more efficient and more work done with less manpower.
When paying online, the revenue from the fine will be credited directly to the government revenue account. As a result, the obligation to reach the traffic police office and deposit the amount in the designated bank has come to an end and the driver can pay online from home. As a result, you have to get rid of the hassle of having to spend a lot of time and hassle in queuing at the bank. After the driver mentions the cheat number cut by the traffic police, he will show the amount of offense and fine for violating the traffic rule. The amount can be easily paid from the service by filling the details requested in the same place. Anyone who does not have an ESEWA account can go to any nearby ESEWA zone and point and pay the fine. ESEWA, which provides services that can be paid through mobile and internet, has recently put an end to the hassle of paying fees in the government sector.
Currently, the number of direct account openers in ESEWA exceeds 4 million and indirectly, about 15 million people are receiving services through ESEWA. At present, ESEWA has more than one lakh agents (ESEWA zones and points) across the country. Currently, the number of merchants in ESEWA has exceeded one lakh 85 thousand. At present, ESEWA has more than one lakh agents (ESEWA zones and points) across the country. Currently, the number of merchants in ESEWA has exceeded one lakh 85 thousand.