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Crackdown against one-way violators to begin from Friday in Karachi

KARACHI: A crackdown against the people travelling on the wrong side of the road to kick-off on Friday in Karachi, said Karachi Police Chief, Ghulam Nabi Memon, ARY News reported on Wednesday.

In his statement, he said checking will start on Friday from 3pm to 6pm at 100 places identified by the metropolitan police in the city.

Mr. Memon said drivers travelling on the wrong side of the road will be arrested and cases will be registered against them under section-279.

Read more: Karachi’s Club Road will be one-way from Jan 18

More than 3.1 million citizens were challaned over traffic violations in Karachi in 2019, Deputy Inspector General Traffic Javed Ali Meher had confirmed on December 5, last year.

DIG Traffic Javed Ali Meher, while talking to journalists in Karachi, had said that his department had challaned 0.45 million citizens in a four-month period during the previous campaign. He detailed that more than 3.1 million challans were issued this year over violation of traffic laws.



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