MoI unlock traffic fines

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Ministry of Interior will open the locks on traffic violations (except the serious ones) at the Gulf Traffic Week exhibition, held at the Avenues and The Gate Mall. The Directorate General for Media Relations and Media said in a press statement that the exhibition also features a variety of traffic awareness activities. It added that traffic safety publications would be distributed to the exhibition visitors.

The ministry invited citizens and residents to visit the exhibition for more awareness and traffic culture.

The Gulf Traffic Week 2018 opened Sunday will continue until next Thursday with the aim of educating people about traffic rules and sound driving ethics through a slew of activities.

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Ravindran
Thursday, March 15, 2018
My understanding is :

There were certain kind of offences for which we were not allowed to pay online .Direct reporting was must ( Example Red Signal Crossing ) While such reporting, normally the officials used to keep the licence with them for one month (or even more ) to not allow us driving for that time as a additional punishment along with fine .

Hence unlock meaning could be allowing us to pay fine with out any further issues for this limited period .

Kala bhai
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Can anyone explain the meaning of this sentence "Ministry of Interior will open the locks on traffic violations (except the serious ones) ??


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