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January 10, 2018

NBP, JS Bank and Islamabad Traffic Police sign Agreement for E-Challan & Payments

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January 10, 2018

Islamabad: In a grand ceremony in IG Office Islamabad, National Bank of Pakistan, JS Bank and Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP), signed an agreement for E-Challan and payments system in Islamabad Capital precinct. This partnership will enable the issuance of paperless challan to the driver through a hand held smart phone mobile application along with electronic receipt to driver via SMS.

This state of the art solution being deployed by NBP will digitize the issuance mechanism as well as the payment collection at JCash (JS Bank’s Branchless Banking) outlets along with its Mobile Wallets.

The agreement was signed by Mr. Saeed Ahmed – CEO/President National Bank of Pakistan and IG Islamabad Mr. Sultan-e-Azam Temuri, in the presence of senior officials including Mr. Mudassir H. Khan – SEVP/Group Chief Payment Services & Digital Banking Group from NBP, Mr. Khurram Shaikh, SEVP/Group Head Digital Banking from JS Bank, Mr. Malik Matloob– SSP Traffic, and other delegates. This initiative of NBP and ITP, will bring transparency as well as convenience for both the general public of Islamabad and the ITP officials; to receive real time confirmation of e-challan along with opening of thousands of outlets for challan payments for the ease of public, as they would not have to look for a bank to pay challan after waiting in long ques. This solution was originally conceived by Mr Azfar Jamal – EVP/Head of Innovation & E-Banking for NBP, Mr. Malik Matloob – SSP Traffic Islamabad and Noman Azhar - SVP/Country Head Branchless Banking & Digital Implementation for JS Bank, who along with their teams made tremendous efforts to bring this initiative to fruition.