CCPO Lahore Umar Shaikh introduced himself to the warden after submitting the challan fee.
The woman is identified as 29-year-old Raesa Masood, who is a resident of Lahore's New Garden Town area.
LAHORE: Gulberg police on Wednesday registered an FIR against a woman for allegedly misbehaving with a traffic cop and hurling threats of dire consequences at him in Lahore. According to the police, the woman flew into a rage when the traffic cop warned her not to park her car at an area where parking was not allowed and asked her to remove her vehicle wrongfully parked on a busy road in Gulberg Town, which was causing traffic congestion. Losing her temper, she insulted the cop and threatened him of dire consequences.…
After receiving the challan slip, the driver poured petrol on his vehicle and torched it in front of the police officials.
A case was also registered against the accused at the Anarkali police station on behalf of a traffic police warden.
The decisions to suspend activity at driving license branches and schools were taken by respective traffic police officials as coronavirus tally across Punjab reaches 26 cases.
The incident happened near Karachi Arts Council.
A man, allegedly trying to escape a traffic challan for coming in the wrong direction, dragged a police officer climbed up on his vehicle's bonnet to two kilometres.
Sindh government has stopped police officers from registering first investigation reports (FIRs) and arresting citizens over violations of traffic rules.
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sindh Dr Kaleem Imam on Friday asked the citizens to follow traffic rules and avoid using the wrong-way and violating one-way direction during driving in the city.