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Pakistan

Web Desk
February 25, 2019

SSP South motivates motorists on Biker’s Lane

Pakistan

Web Desk
Mon, Feb 25, 2019

KARACHI: SSP Traffic South Karachi Dr Assad Malhi was out on his bike along with other members of his staff today on Shahrah-e-Faisal where they were guiding and motivating the general public regarding the use of 'bikers Lane'.

'Bikers 'lane is a separate lane for motorcyclists on the arterial Shahrah-e--Faisal road in Karachi launched last year in December.

This was the first time that a separate track was being made for motorbikes alongside the main corridor of the city.

But unfortunately the lane is not being used and per rules, bikers are also not wearing helmets.

In a video interview posted on the official twitter site of Sindh Police SSP Traffic South Dr Assad Malhi requests the motorcyclists to remain in the lane allotted to them especially on Shahrah-e- Faisal which will be beneficial not just for them but for the traffic flow in general.

When asked on what message he would like to convey he said referring to the motor bikers

"We should show the world that we are a civilized nation that uses the road properly and that our traffic sense is at par with all developed and civilized countries"


Karachi is to host matches of PSL4 and as the world's eyes will be on Karachi he requested everyone to pitch in and play their part.