The people caught in drunken drive checking during New Year celebrations on December 31 night, face problems in getting a passport, visa or even a job.
On the day, more than 2,000 drunken driving cases were registered.
As per reports, the Special Branch (SB) collects the details of the convicts from Traffic police.
The movements of Anti-social and communal elements are collected and conducts verification of those, who applied for a passport or a government job.
Here, a special software was also developed to update records of repeat violators involved in the offence.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic-II) AV Ranganath said that the SB was updating the details of violators with the help of Aadhaar card. These details will be helpful in conducting verification process.