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Quetta Traffic Police to fully launch E-Challan system

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QUETTA: The Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Traffic Quetta Nazeer Kurd has said, strict action against illegal vehicles and auto-rickshaws to start in Quetta adding E-Challan system has been working in the city but we have intended to launch it across the city.
Addressing a news conference in his Office, the SSP Traffic Quetta said, over burgeoning traffic issues we had briefed CM Balochistan Jam Kamal regarding the problems we have been facing from many years,
“After CM Balochistan directions, the Traffic Police Quetta has completed survey of all busy roads and we have submitted our report with recommendations to the Commissioner Office.” Nazeer Kurd said adding we hope immediate steps would be taken over our recommendation to control traffic issues in the Quetta.
“Lack of awareness among citizens, non-functional traffic signals, building code violation, illegal showrooms in the city and non-custom paid vehicles and auto rickshaws remained the prime cause in damaging our traffic system.”
Sharing the details of E-Challan System in the city SSP Traffic said, initially we have been using E-Chalan system since we had provide the E-Challan devices to 9 Sergeants but we have intended to end manual challan and fully launch E-Challan in Quetta.
Stressing upon society awareness regarding traffic rules Nazeer Kurd said, our teams have been holding lectures regarding traffic awareness in numerous educational institution because the worsen traffic issues can’t be addressed unless we fully aware our citizens.
“In physical year the Quetta Traffic Police has seized 205 illegal motorbikes and 194 un-registered vehicles and sent their Challan to the concern court, action had been taken against 2111 vehicles with tinted glasses.” He said vowing the traffic police going to launch strict action against illegal vehicles and auto-rickshaws.


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