City Traffic Police launches Chand Raat plan
More traffic wardens have been assigned duty on important city roads to maintain traffic flow on the occasion of Eid. The warden’s leaves have also been cancelled and they would perform their duties also on the day of Eid.
A control room has been established at Traffic Headquarter to monitor the situation.
Addressing a press conference held at Traffic Headquarter, Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Syed Ishtiaq Hussain Shah said that all efforts would be made to facilitate the motorists on Eid ul Fitr.
He directed the wardens to perform their duties honestly to address the traffic problems and maintaining traffic flow especially on the night of Chand Raat.
He also directed the wardens to keep an open eye on their surrounding and inform the district police in case of any suspicious activity.
He also advised the traffic wardens to behave with citizens politely adding strict action will be taken against those who behaved ill mannered with citizens during the duty. He said that encroachers are creating hurdles in the smooth flow of traffic. Ishtiaq said that tinted glasses vehicles will not be allowed to move in the city. Traffic police will also register cases under section 99/A against the one wheelers.
He said that one wheelers will be dealt strictly adding that parents must keep a watch on their children to avoid fatal accidents.
He also appealed the citizens to register their complaints on helpline No.1915 for the smooth flow of traffic and providing guidance to the motorists.—APP