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May 18, 2018

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CTP to take strict action against parking violators

Rawalpindi : City Traffic Police (CTP) Rawalpindi will take strict action against parking rules violators as illegal and wrong parking is creating hindrance in smooth flow of traffic on city roads.

CTP have also evolved a comprehensive traffic plan for Ramadan ul Mubarik under which special arrangements are being made to regulate traffic load on city roads.

According to Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Rawalpindi, SSP, Bilal Iftikhar, special traffic squads and enhanced number of traffic wardens have been deployed at all main roads and intersections of the city whereas help lines 1915 and 051-9272616 have been set up at Race Course Traffic Office with deployment of special squad.

The helpline 1915 will provide 24-hour help and assistance to the citizens.

Bilal Iftikhar said, proper traffic arrangements have been made for Ramazan Dastarkhawans and 16 Ramazan Sasta Bazaars of Rawalpindi district. The motorists would be allowed to park their vehicles only in the parking areas of the shopping centers and the markets during the month.

Bilal Iftikhar said arrangements are being made to control the traffic mess especially in congested areas so that the citizens could reach at their destinations within shortest possible time.

The CTO said, traffic wardens have been directed to work with dedication and commitment to ensure traffic flow so that traffic jam problem on city roads could be avoided.

He informed that he himself would supervise all the arrangements made for Ramadan.

In order to provide relief to the citizens, strict action against transporters charging exorbitant fares from the passengers have also been ordered, he said.

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