The Delhi Law enforcement penalised much more than 2,450 men and women for visitors violations in the metropolis on Holi and Shab-e-Barat, together with above 190 for drunk driving, officers said on Saturday.

“A overall of 2,456 challans had been issued for different targeted visitors violations and a the vast majority of these ended up issued to motorists without helmets,” an official mentioned citing info.

The facts said that 196 challans were for drunk driving. The figures have been 100 previous 12 months and 647 in 2020.

A deadly incident took location on Friday night in which a 13-12 months-outdated boy and his mother died and a few others were being wounded immediately after a speeding car or truck strike an auto-rickshaw on the Barapullah flyover.

According to the data shared by law enforcement, out of the total, 1,921 individuals ended up fined for driving two-wheelers without helmets, 314 for triple-driving, 196 for drunk driving and 25 for perilous driving.

The Delhi Site visitors Law enforcement had designed elaborate arrangements to look at incidents of drunk driving and in excess of-rushing, among the others, and ensure protection of motorists on the streets on Friday, the officials stated.

“The Delhi Targeted visitors Police has manufactured elaborate preparations. Targeted visitors law enforcement staff will be deployed at significant roadways and intersections. Traffic teams will be deployed in diverse parts. We ask for you all to adhere to website traffic rules. Do not indulge in drunk driving and triple-driving on two-wheelers and driving without having helmets,” Joint Commissioner of Law enforcement (Traffic) Vivek Kishore experienced before reported.

Very last calendar year, the Delhi Police had fined 3,282 persons for website traffic violations on Holi. Out of the whole 3,282 challans issued, 1,255 challans were issued to people uncovered driving devoid of helmets, 170 challans for triple riding, 100 challans for drunk driving, 121 challans for perilous driving and 1,636 challans were being issued for other website traffic-associated violations.