KARACHI: A car with tinted windows and an affixed flag of Pakistan carrying a number plate reading 'Advocate High Court' was stopped in Clifton, Karachi.
"What’s your name?" the policeman can be heard asking in the video from the underage passengers.
KARACHI: "Abide traffic laws, else be ready for the strict action", Karachi Police chief Ameer Ali Shaikh warned policemen in a notification issued on Tuesday. Additional Inspector General Police in a circular ordered policemen to wear helmets and keep their driving licenses with them while driving. "It has been observed that cops are not following traffic laws, nor they stop at the traffic signals", read the circular. AIG Ameer Ali Shaikh has ordered policemen not to set aside traffic rules, else fines and action…
LONDON: An eagle-eyed resident in England called police to report Queen Elizabeth II was not wearing a seat belt during a public appearance in the near of the car. The police contact centre in West Yorkshire said one resident made an emergency call reporting the flagrant traffic violation as the Queen visited to deliver a speech on the State Opening of Parliament. "999 call received reporting that the Queen isn't wearing a seat belt," police said. Police noted the event was not even in Yorkshire, but rather at the…
KARACHI: The decision by the Karachi traffic police to enforce the wearing of helmets by motorcyclists is necessary and much needed in any civilized country given that a majority of fatalities (studies suggest as much as 70 per cent) in motorcycle accidents happen because of head injuries.