Police launches drive against traffic violators, drug addicts
Sopur, May 17: The police have launched a special drive against those violating the traffic rules in the town.
Talking to Greater Kashmir Superintendent of Police, Altaf Ahmed Khan said police had formed special squads to check the traffic violations and streamline the traffic.
“We have challaned several offenders. The drive has been initiated as people were facing inconvenience due to frequent traffic jams,” he said.
“We will also remove the footpath encroachment,” he said, adding police had also launched drive against drug addicts.
He said de-addiction camps would be started soon under civic action programme.
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