Lahore Traffic Warden suspended for kicking SUV car
LAHORE: A Lahore Traffic Warden has been suspended after he was found guilty of kicking a sport utility vehicle (SUV), “an unsuitable act”, to force the driver to open the door, ARY News reported.
ARY News has acquired a video footage in which the traffic warden, Haider, can be seen kicking a white SUV car near Yateem Khana crossroad in Thokar Niaz Baig, Lahore.
According to details, the incident took place a week before Eid when Dolphin Force tried to stop the car and it sped away. Then, the police and warden personnel followed the non-custom paid car and stopped it at Yateem Khana crossroad.
The man in warden uniform directed the driver to get out of the car, which he did not follow. Following that the warden threw flying kicks on his side window which got recorded on a video camera.
Police said the driver also pulled the trigger of his gun.
Chief Traffic Officer Roy Ejaz said it was not a suitable act for a traffic warden. He had no right to behave like this even if it was a non-custom paid car.
The car has been handed over to custom authorities.
Roy Ejaz said an inquiry would be held into the incident to decide the fate of the incident.