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April 14, 2018

First-ever traffic challan app launched


April 14, 2018

LAHORE: The City Traffic Police have launched a digital challan application first time in the history of Pakistan.

Capital City Police Officer Amin Wains and Punjab Information Technology Board Dr Umer Saif were the chief guests on the occasion of the launch of the application. DIG Security Dr Moeen, Lahore Chief Traffic Officer Rai Ijaz Ahmad, Punjab Traffic SSP Athar Waheed, SP City Asif Siddique, SP Sadr Sardar Asif and a large number traffic wardens were also present.

The CCPO said that citizens visited police stations when they faced any difficulty but the people faced traffic police every day on roads. "This is our prime duty to facilitate the public on roads in reaching from one place to other safely." Lahore Police have facilitated Lahorites so much by taking IT initiatives. There is so much transparency and betterment in routine matters of police after adopting the IT initiatives," the CCPO added. "We should be thankful to PITB and Dr Umer Saif for giving us this opportunity to serve public with more efficiency and commitment", said CCPO Amin Wains.

He asked the traffic wardents that it was their prime duty to treat the public with good mood on roads. PITB Chairman Dr Umer Saif said, "We feel proud to serve Punjab Police specially Lahore Police."

CCPO Amin Wains and DIG Operations Dr Haider Ashraf have played a vital role in serving the public through IT initiatives during the last three years.

Chief Traffic Officer SSP Rai Ijaz Ahmad said, "Today is a very important day for City Traffic Police. Earlier we did not have any database of violators of traffic rules but now we will get so much help through this app." "This app will also help us make KPIs for traffic wardens, mange traffic load and resolve the issues regarding 1.6 million pending challans of last 10 years", he added.

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