1 November 2020, Kathmandu
The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division has started action against the public vehicles that deny notice on fare rate.
The Division has conducted a campaign to assess whether the public vehicles have put a notice on the fare rate in the vehicles.
In the first day of the campaign on Saturday, a total of 429 vehicles were asked to put a notice on it in the vehicle.
Division’s Chief and Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Bhim Prasad Dhakal said that the campaign was launched after the complaints of exorbitant fare were recorded.
The Division said the stern monitoring was initiated against the traffic rules violators, exorbitant fare collectors and the over-crowded vehicles.
The Division has also urged the travelers and stakeholders to give feedback by dialing 103, the Traffic Police Hotline.