Musa Gi­lani fined for vi­o­lat­ing traf­fic rules

The Financial Daily - - NATIONAL -

of­fi­cer KARACHI: Po­lice on Thurs­day fined Ali Musa Gi­lani, the son of for­mer prime min­is­ter, Yusuf Raza Gi­lani as he vi­o­lates traf­fic rules in Karachi.

As per de­tails, Musa Gi­lani was served chal­lan of rs 520, over vi­o­la­tion of traf­fic rules, as he was trav­el­ling in a ve­hi­cle, hav­ing fancy num­ber plate and black tinted win­dows at city's main road artery, Shahra-e-Faisal.

The city's traf­fic po­lice af­ter is­su­ing chal­lan to Musa, had asked him to fol­low the traf­fic rules strictly.

It may be re­called that yes­ter­day, In­spec­tor Gen­eral of Po­lice (IGP) Sindh Kaleem Imam had or­dered, to ini­ti­ate crack­down against ve­hi­cles run­ning with fancy num­ber plates and open let­ter in the prov­ince.

As per de­tails, Sindh's top cop, had or­dered DIG traf­fic and Zonal DIGs to launch crack­down against ve­hi­cles run­ning with fancy num­ber plates and trans­fer let­ters across the prov­ince.

The de­ci­sion was taken in the light of Chief Min­is­ter Sindh's or­ders, af­ter rev­e­la­tion that the ve­hi­cle used by ter­ror­ists, to at­tack Chi­nese Con­sulate was owned by a per­son, who had sold his ve­hi­cle six years ago.

Cit­i­zens were ad­vised to use orig­i­nal num­ber plates of their ve­hi­cles while com­mut­ing, to avoid any ac­tion against them.

Ear­lier, Chief Min­is­ter Sindh, Syed Mu­rad Ali Shah, had or­dered to launch crack­down against the use of ve­hi­cles by sec­ond or pro­gres­sive own­ers on trans­fer let­ters in the prov­ince. - NNI

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