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June 23, 2021

CCPO proposes safety features for bikes

 
June 23, 2021

LAHORE:CCPO Lahore Ghulam Mahmood Dogar presided over the second meeting of representatives of motorcycle manufacturing companies here on Tuesday.

Matters and suggestions related to safety features in motorbikes by the manufacturing companies were discussed during the meeting. CCPO gave proposals to the representatives of companies to manufacture tuffet-free motorbikes, increase safety and security features including tracker system, secret locks as well as punching of engine and chassis number on four to five different parts of motorbikes to ensure their protection from any possible theft or snatching.SHO reprimanded: CCPO Ghulam Mahmood Dogar paid a surprise visit to Mozang Police Station here on Tuesday.

Mozang SHO and other police officers were present on the occasion. Ghulam Mahmood Dogar inspected the front desk, lockup, barrack and other sections. He checked the attendance of the staff and record of the reporting room along with cleanliness in the police station. He directed the police officers to improve their performance.

The CCPO reprimanded the SHO over poor performance and ordered the department concerned to issue him a warning. PSCA: Additional Secretary Interior Iftikhar Salwani visited Punjab Safe Cities Authority headquarters here Tuesday. Managing Director Rao Sardar Ali Khan and chief operating officer Muhammad Kamran Khan briefed him on different aspects and performance of the authority.

Road safety: Young students are our future and road safety ambassadors of motorway police, said Commandant Motorway Police Training College DIG Mehboob Aslam while addressing a large number of students of a private school in a road safety seminar in Sheikhupura. The seminar was attended by a large number of students, representatives of private oil companies and bike manufacturing companies, media representatives and officers of motorway police.