Muntazir Mehdi, the Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) of Lahore, stated in a statement that traffic flow was as usual on all entry and departure points to the city, as well as on Ferozepur Road, Jail Road, Wahdat Road, Mall Road, and Canal Road, among other roads.
He added that traffic in the Chungi Amar Sadhu, Thokar Niaz Baig, Chung, and Mohlanwal regions, as well as on GT Road, had not been disrupted by the closure. “
Nevertheless, the roads connecting Babu Sabu and Scheme Morr, as well as the road connecting Scheme Morr and Yateem Khana Chowk, have been closed to traffic, and a protest by blind people is taking place at Secretariat Chowk, according to him.
More information about the 15 hotline can be obtained by calling the number, he added.
In addition, the government has suspended internet and mobile phone services in the TLP strongholds of Samanabad, Sherakot, Nawankot, Gulshan-i-Ravi, Sabzazar, and Iqbal Town, among other locations. However, individuals in other parts of the city were also experiencing problems with their mobile phone networks.
The interior ministry has ordered the suspension of internet services within a 5-kilometer radius of the Data Sahib, Shahdara, and New and Old Ravi Bridge sectors, according to a notification issued on Friday by the department of interior. As indicated in the announcement, the services will remain suspended until further notice.