CTP finalize arrangements for Muharram

City Reporter

The City Traffic Police have finalized the arrangements for Muharramul Harram under a comprehensive traffic plan formulated on the directives of Chief Traffic Officer Rawalpindi Rai Mazhar Iqbal to ensure security of the mourning processions.

According to duty officer, CTP Headquarters, there would be a complete ban on parking of any vehicle or pushcart on the route of the procession.

1191 traffic officials including nine DSPs, 72 inspectors, 820 traffic wardens and 290 traffic assistants would perform duties on city roads to control the traffic flow during Muharram.

Entry of vehicles on the route of the processions would be blocked by erecting barricades and other hurdles, he added.

A control room would be set up at Traffic Headquarters to monitor the situation while motorists who seek help and assistance can use CTP helpline 051-9272616.

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