CTP issues 262,295 challans to violators

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Multan

The City Traffic Police (CTP) has issued 262,295 challans to traffic rules violators and generated a revenue of over Rs 78.6 million during the last six months from January to June.

Talking to APP here on Sunday, CTP Spokesman Muhammad Adnan said that the department was not only ensuring uninterrupted traffic flow on roads of the city but also issuing challans to road users over violations under the supervision of Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Jalil Imran Ghalzai.

He said that the traffic wardens have issued 262,295 challans to traffic rules violators during the first six months of the current year including 46,738 in January, 45,934 in February, 39,312 in March, 42,415 in April, 40,880 in May and 47,016 challans in the month of June.—APP

 

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