IGP directs better traffic management


Punjab Inspector General of Police Inam Ghani said that steps should be taken to improve traffic management in Lahore, especially on main thoroughfares and sensitive places through efficient use of available resources and modern technology.
He directed the chief traffic officer and senior officers to go out to field to inspect and monitor traffic control plan and its implementation. He said that traffic wardens should be warned who stand on road sides or show irresponsibility while on duty.
He said that departmental action should not be delayed against those who were negligent in their duties. He said that the duty and patrol on roads of Dolphin and PRU teams should be further improved to maintain smooth flow of traffic as well as prevent street crime. He said that full support of CCTV cameras should be sought for elimination of wheelies and speeding, adding that crackdown on the youth involved in one-wheeling should be ensured by taking surety bonds from their parents to end this bloody game and save precious human lives. He directed CCPO Lahore to expedite the crackdown on beggars and professional beggar mafia on the highways and said that operations against professional beggars should be continued in collaboration with the teams of Child Protection Bureau.

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