CTP to take strict ac­tion on wrong park­ing dur­ing Ra­mazan

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES -

RAWALPINDI—The City Traf­fic Po­lice (CTP) have put a ban on dou­ble park­ing on city roads and de­cided to take strict ac­tion against the vi­o­la­tors dur­ing Ramzan.

Ac­cord­ing to Act­ing Chief Traf­fic Of­fi­cer (CTO) Rawalpindi Iftikhar ul Haq, the dou­ble park­ing and wrong park­ing on city roads and com­mer­cial ar­eas cre­ate ob­struc­tions in smooth flow of traf­fic.

He said that the ve­hi­cles in dou­ble park­ing and wrong park­ing on city roads would be im­pounded and tick­ets would also be is­sued. The CTO has ap­pealed to the ci­ti­zens to co­op­er­ate with the traf­fic po­lice to en­sure smooth traf­fic flow on roads. He ad­vised the mo­torists to park their ve­hi­cles in sin­gle line and in proper way.

He said, spe­cial traf­fic ar­range­ments had also been made for Ra­mazan bazaars set up in Rawalpindi dis­trict and ef­forts were be­ing made to fa­cil­i­tate the road users par­tic­u­larly dur­ing Ra­mazan.

Park­ing of ve­hi­cles near mosques, imam bar­gahs and other re­li­gious places was not al­lowed and dou­ble park­ing in any part of the city was also prohibited, he added.

In or­der to pro­vide re­lief to the ci­ti­zens, strict ac­tion against trans­porters charg­ing ex­or­bi­tant fares from the pas­sen­gers had also been or­dered, he said.—APP

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