The Lahore traffic police seized the documents of a car whose driver was involved in traffic violations up to 74 times.
According to Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Muntazir Mehdi, a fine of Rs 36,000 was also slapped on the owner of a car involved in traffic offences up to 74 times.
The driver had broken traffic signals 43 times and was caught speeding 28 times. He also violated one-way traffic rules three times, the statement said.
He further said that since the start of the Lahore traffic police’s campaign, the documents of more than 20,000 cars — whose owners had not paid the fines — had been seized.
In a similar police activity against traffic violations, the City Traffic Police Lahore (CTPL) on June.9 seized the vehicle and fined the owner who was involved in traffic violations up to 90 times.