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May 6, 2021

Motorway police handed over Rs1.2m cash to injured owner

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May 6, 2021

Islamabad: The Motorway Police on Tuesday handed over Rs1.2 million in cash to the owner during the rescue operation.

According to the details, rescue operation launched by the Motorway Police immediately after the tragic accident that took place near Burhan.

DIG Motorway Ashfaq Ahmed and SP Motorway M-2 Shah Asad along with rescue team reached the spot and continued to supervise the rescue operations.

During the rescue operation, several valuables items and cash amount were recovered from the bus.

The Motorway Police handed over Rs1.2 million in cash to one of the injured after contacting him.

In this regard, a help desk has also been set up at Burhan Camp by the Motorway Police.

Moreover, DIG Motorway Ashfaq Ahmed has ordered to stop the entry of all buses of the concerned bus service to the Motorway under Section 45 NHSO and Section 35(10) MVR 1969.