Rawalpindi City Traffic Police (CTP) has taken a strong stance against vehicles that violate traffic laws as part of their recent crackdown. On Wednesday, the department issued challan tickets to 21 vehicles found to have tinted windows. Additionally, two vehicles were impounded due to a lack of proper documentation.
According to a spokesperson for the CTP, the Traffic Adiala Circle officers carried out operations at various locations within the circle, actively issuing tickets and impounding vehicles that were found to be in violation of traffic regulations.
Taimoor Khan, Chief Traffic Officer (CTO), issued a stern warning, stating that offenders would face severe punishment in accordance with the law. This decision was made considering the current law and order situation in the state.
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Furthermore, the CTO highlighted that a special campaign has been launched to conduct this crackdown, with a dedicated squad assigned to ensuring compliance with traffic rules in the city. The CTP maintains a zero-tolerance policy and is committed to maintaining a smooth flow of traffic.
The department intends to continue its operation across various areas in Rawalpindi. Residents of the city are advised to remain vigilant and drive responsibly to avoid any violations and subsequent penalties.