How to pay e-challan in Pakistan

In an aim to improve traffic management without any human interference and to tackle corruption, Punjab Safe Cities Authorities (PSCA) launched the e-challan system in Lahore, last year in September 2018.

The ANPR cameras that have been installed all over the city are used to identify traffic violators. Following their identification process, the e-challans are then dispatched to the home address of these violators.

These electronic tickets come with the upgraded facility of paying fines via the Internet through online banking with the click of a button instead of standing in long queues for a significant part of the day.

This was indeed a great step taken by the authority to make e-ticketing process free of corruption and hassle-free for the people of Lahore. The authority is working extensively to introduce the same system in other cities of Punjab as well.

Much time has been passed since the system was launched in the city, but still, a lot of people are commenting on social sites as to how one can check the e-challan online and how one can pay it online. In this blog, we will be telling you guys a step by step procedure as to how one can easily do both the tasks?

Read Also: E-Challan System launched by Punjab Safe City Authority

How to check e-challan online?

  • Anyone can check the status of the e-challan against their vehicle by simply visiting
  • Just enter the CNIC and vehicle registration number, it will show you the status of your e-challan.
  • You can easily download and print the e-challan as well.

How to pay e-challan in Lahore?

  • If the authority has sent the challan to your house just go to the nearest branch of Bank of Punjab and National Bank of Pakistan and pay the fine.
  • You can also pay the e-challan through Bank of Punjab ATMs. No need to stand in long queues, just go to the nearest branch and submit the fine through an ATM.
  • If you are issued an e-challan, but never got it delivered to your home or you misplaced it, visit the authority’s website download, print it and after that submit it.
  • Note here that an Android mobile application is under development for online payment of e-challan.
  • The application will be launched soon by the Punjab Safe Cities Authority to facilitate the residents to a much greater extent. Once the application is launched, it will be available on the Play Store and the residents can download it easily on their smartphones.
  • The application will allow the people to easily check the status of e-challan against their CNIC and registration numbers at any time of the day.
  • Moreover, people will be one click away from checking their current status of any pending e-challan and paying it through the integrated BOP mobile banking.

That’s it from our side, if there is any update regarding the change in the policy of submitting or checking the e-challan online, we will update you guys, so stay tuned to

My name is M. Ali Laghari and I love to read and write about Cars.

Notable Replies

  1. I intentionally violated the traffic light but didn't got any challan as the car isn't on my name so i checked online and it says "No record Found". What does that means.

  2. In my case too, I thought i violated one , the car is on Bank's Name, There is no Option for finding E challan online for Car's registered on Company / Bank's name

  3. For complete and exact record, you will have to enter your car's registration no., and the CNIC of the car's owner!

    If car is not registered in your name, then obviously when you are going to enter your CNIC (instead of owner's CNIC) along with car's registration no., the system will definitely not show any record, because it does not have any!

    Vehicle's registration no. and CNIC, both need to be entered correctly, since they are linked with one another.

  4. nifiii says:

    The system isn’t completely automated. They are monitoring manually currently and may be they missed yours.
    No record found means you have no violations and challans

  5. roboxx says:

    What about bank leased cars?

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