ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) has launched a crackdown against unregistered vehicles in the city.

According to details, ITP issued tickets to 16,072 unregistered vehicles and motorcycles during the ongoing year 2021.

Special Squads have been constituted for checking unregistered vehicles being driven on roads. SSP (Traffic) Mohammad Omar Khan is leading the campaign initiated on the directions of Inspector General of Islamabad Police Qazi Jamilur Rehman.

The SSP (traffic) has asked residents to get their vehicles registered at the earliest and affix only the ETO’s issued number plates on their vehicles.

The officials said police would show no leniency in this regard.

Special pickets have been erected at different points of the city by the ITP to monitor movement of unregistered vehicles and DSPs of all four zones have been given special directions to ensure rule of law.

Published in Dawn, December 3rd, 2021

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