Learn how to pay an E challan from the comfort of your home in a virtual court.

You will no longer need to visit the court, police traffic office, or Regional Transport Office (RTO) with your vehicle's e-challan. You can e-challan your automobile from the comfort of your own home in a virtual court using mobile and net banking. At the same time, the National Lok Adalat will be held on March 12 this year. You can also settle your invoice here.

In the coming fiscal year, four National Lok Adalats will be held. Vivek Sangal, Chairman of the District Legal Services Authority and District Judge, will preside over the inaugural National Lok Adalat on March 12. All forms of compoundable issues, including as e-traffic challans, check bounces, matrimonial and family disputes, civil suits, electricity and bank-related cases, would be resolved through Lok Adalat. According to Naveen Kumar, Secretary of the District Legal Services Authority, disagreements in Lok Adalat are settled through mutual conciliation. No one wins and no one loses in this game. Both parties win.

Jyotsnamani Yaduvanshi, the virtual court's judicial officer, informed the virtual court about the virtual court. He stated that your vehicle's e-challan can be settled at home by paying through virtual court using your mobile and net banking. Judicial Magistrate Jyotsnamani Yaduvanshi stated that they will be able to settle their challans at the National Lok Adalat on March 12, 2022.

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