Traffic department acts against erring drivers
Srinagar, Mar 24: The Traffic Department on Thursday launched a drive in various parts of the City and seized 50 passenger vehicles including Tata Sumos and mini-buses for violating traffic rules.
The drive was launched under the supervision of Superintendent of Police (SP) Traffic City, Maqsood-ul-Zaman.
“During the drive, we seized 50 Tata Sumos and mini-buses for violating Traffic Rules on busy Batamaloo-Lal Chowk stretch for offences like wrong, obstructive parking, contravention of route permit; overloading; over speed and un-authorized operations from Lal Chowk,” the SP said.
Besides fine, the SP briefed the violators to desist from violating traffic rules and cooperate with Traffic Police.
Meanwhile, the SP has issued an advisory to all the motorists including the drivers of passenger vehicles to strictly adhere to the traffic rules. According to the Advisory, the passenger vehicles including TATA Sumo with contract carriage have been directed to board and alight the passengers at originating, terminal points respectively and avoid intermittent lifting of passengers or else their route permit with be forfeited.
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Lastupdate on : Thu, 24 Mar 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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