A total of 103 inspectors, 110 police and 398 wardens have been deployed
LAHORE: The City Traffic Police (CTP) has issued a traffic plan on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr to ensure a well-organized traffic flow in the provincial capital.
Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) of Lahore, Syed Hamad Abid said that on the first, second and third days of Eid al-Fitr, 2,190 wardens will be on duty and 11 DSP and 120 inspectors will carry out their duties under the supervision of division officers.
A total of 103 inspectors, 110 police and 398 wardens have been mobilized to check traffic flow in busy markets, he added. “Likewise, 17 inspectors and 65 wardens have been deployed to park and expedite traffic outside the shopping center.”
The CTO further said that 80 wardens would be deployed on buses standing under the supervision of the circle officers and 32 wardens would be stationed at the entrance and exit of the provincial capital. “A total of 32 public elevators have been mobilized to take action against parking in the market.”
The ban on riding a motorcycle will remain and violating this ban will result in strict action against the accused, he warned.
Directing officials closely, the CTO clarified that during Eid al-Fitr, 154 patrol officers would be mobilized to take action against offenders and rioters. “Parents must prevent children from riding motorbikes and rickshaws.”
Published in The Express Tribune, May 23rd, 2020.
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