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  • Lady traffic warden kidnapped in Lahore, says police

    LAHORE: A lady traffic warden was allegedly kidnapped while returning from duty on Monday evening, police official said on Tuesday...

    Police have registered a case on the request of victim’s sister against the brother-in-law of the missing traffic warden, said investigation in-charge Inspector Ghulam Saqlain...

  • Traffic e-ticketing project reviewed for Lahore

    Lahore: Inspector General of Punjab Police Usman Khatak has directed the authorities concerned to implement e-ticketing system in Lahore immediately by overcoming all the problems causing delay...

    Presiding over a meeting held at Integrated Command, Control and Communication Centre, Lahore, here on Monday, the IGP said e-ticketing project is an excellent idea to solve citizens’ problems regarding traffic police...

  • Lahore traffic cops more keen on imposing fines than ensuring smooth flow

    LAHORE: The city traffic police (CTP), having a prime objective of regulating traffic, have virtually been turned into a “revenue generating agency” by their bosses who seem to be more interested in slapping fines on rules violators instead of facilitating the law-abiding drivers on the roads...

    This approach of the chief traffic officer (CTO) seems especially out of place when people in Lahore are facing some of the worst traffic...

  • Alternate traffic plan for Lahore

    LAHORE: After the closure of all major arteries of the city, the Punjab government on Thursday devised an alternate traffic plan on the eve of the arrival of Nawaz Sharif at Lahore airport on Friday...

    Traffic coming from Islamabad will enter Lahore via motorway through Thokar Niaz Beg, Qazilbash Chowk and Shaukat Khanum Chowk...

  • Traffic police irked by KMC charged parking contracts

    KARACHI: The traffic police department has raised questions over the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation’s process of awarding charged parking contracts in more than 20 “downtown areas” violating the laid down procedure that includes consultation with the department before finalising such a deal, insisting that it will cause further traffic chaos on important roads of the city, it emerged on Tuesday...

    In a recent letter to the Sindh IG,...

  • Rangers help sought for security of traffic police personnel

    KARACHI: Police authorities sought the assistance of paramilitary Rangers to provide security to traffic police personnel in the metropolis following another armed attack on two traffic policemen in a Nazimabad locality on Tuesday...

    The fresh attack came near the Board Office traffic intersection in Nazimabad shortly after sunset where assailants fired at two constables...

  • Traffic police remembers victims of road crashes

    LAHORE: Lahore traffic police on Sunday organised a candlelit vigil on The Mall to mark “World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims” and to raise awareness...

    The ceremony was held at the Charing Cross and was attended by Deputy Inspector General of Police (security) Dr Moeen, Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Rai Ijaz Ahmed, City Division Traffic SP Asif Saddiq and a number of civil society activists...

  • IGP KP takes notice of 'scuffle' between traffic police, fruit vendors

    The police chief of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) on Sunday took notice of an alleged scuffle between fruit vendors and traffic police officials which occurred in Peshawar a day earlier...

    Fruit seller Gul Nazuq, while speaking to DawnNews, claimed that traffic police on Saturday evening thrashed fruit vendors after ordering them to clear the road in the Charghan Chowk area...

  • Quetta traffic policeman run over by Balochistan MPA: police

    A traffic police official was run over and killed in Quetta's GPO Chowk area earlier this week allegedly by a vehicle belonging to a serving legislator, police said Friday...

    The incident initially came to light when footage of the legislator's vehicle ramming into the traffic officer began circulating on social media...

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