Now, you can pay your e-challans using Paytm for violating traffic rules, with the Noida Traffic Police signing a pact with India\u2019s largest digital payments company, it said on Friday. Those who violate traffic across Noida will be \u201cable to make e-challan payments on their behalf using the Paytm web and mobile app,\u201d Paytm said in a statement. The tie-up marks Paytm\u2019s entry in the Delhi-NCR region in the traffic challan payment segment. Calling it a big relief to both Paytm customers as well as the respective authorities, the company added that the move will save considerable time and effort of users who otherwise have to travel to the designated traffic department centres for challan payment. Also, the resources of the traffic department which were earlier spent on challan collection activities could be freed up by this. Greater visibility of challan collections is expected as well. The e-challans will also help in the streamlining of the processes of the traffic department, it added. Also Read:\u00a0Vistara expands its wings to Dibrugarh, connects this Assam city with Delhi,\u00a0Bagdogra The e-challan collection process was launched by Paytm back in 2017. \u201cOur digital traffic challan payment feature has received a positive reception from our customers,\u201d said Kiran Vasireddy, COO Paytm. Thanking the traffic department for the extension of Paytm\u2019s services, he also revealed that the company has processed more than 2 million transactions for all listed traffic bodies till date. Noida is not the first in the list of the cities that have employed Paytm\u2019s services in collecting e-challans. Kolkata, Chennai, Vijayawada, Nashik And West Godavari are some of the cities which are already using Paytm\u2019s services. Currently, states such as Telangana, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and West Bengal have functional Paytm involvement. With Noida Traffic police\u2019s initiative, Uttar Pradesh becomes the sixth state in the tie-up. Paytm also aims to process over 3 million transactions by the end of 2019. Meanwhile, The Reserve Bank of India extended the deadline for the e-wallets including Paytm to complete Know Your Customer (KYC) process of its users by six months. The deadline was supposed to end on February 28, 2019. Currently, users who have not completed full KYC formalities are being able to operate the e-wallets under minimum KYC requirements whose validity is normally 12 or 18 months from the day the e-wallet is first used.