2,535 wardens to be deployed for Eid duty


Lahore—City traffic police have deployed 2,535 wardens including 109 inspectors and 13 DSPs under the supervision of 3 SPs, to manage the traffic flow at Eid-ul-Fitr gatherings, public places and roads during holidays.
Chief Traffic Officer Tayyab Hafeez Cheema Monday issued instructions to the circle In-charges to ensure smooth flow of traffic during Eid days.
The CTO ordered for making arrangements for an additional shift to
manage the flow of traffic around the busy shopping centres and main roads on Chand Raat. Dolphin Force and district police would also be deployed along with the traffic police at major shopping centres.
On the first day of Eid, more than 1,300 wardens, along with nine emergency squads would be deployed at different locations of Eid prayers gatherings and recreational places under the supervision of inspectors and DSPs.
As many as 900 wardens and nine emergency squads would be deputed under the supervision of 40 inspectors on the second day of Eid.
Similarly, 366 wardens and 17 inspectors would be deputed at all recreation points, parks and other major public places to manage parking and flow of traffic. The people may get information about the flow of traffic from the Traffic FM Radio and helpline 1915. The CTO urged the public to cooperate with the traffic police in managing traffic and for their own and others’ convenience. —APP

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