KARACHI: In an try and cease motorbike snatching crime, the Sindh authorities has made the set up of monitoring units obligatory for all motorbike house owners throughout the province, ARY Information reported on Wednesday.
The choice was taken after the cupboard assembly chaired by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah accepted amendments within the Motor Car Ordinance, 1965.
Motorbike corporations will even be made sure to put in trackers in bikes. Sindh Excise and Taxation Division will solely register these bikes having monitoring units put in in it.
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The proposal was first floated in late 2017 when the federal government had introduced that monitoring units needs to be put in on all bikes throughout the province in an try and curb avenue crimes.
Bike theft is without doubt one of the commonest avenue crimes in Karachi with a whole lot of bikes stolen or snatched each month.