Traffic superintendent in Lahore Imposes the Biggest Fine of the Year on a Truck Driver
A traffic superintendent in Lahore forced the greatest challan of the year on a transporter yesterday. The record-breaking fine for the over-burdening of the vehicle to a hazardous degree apparently added up to Rs. 4,250.
At first, the transporter had supposedly endeavored to dodge the superintendent who was attempting to wave to him. At the point when the over-burden vehicle was halted, the superintendent discovered that the driver was not possessing a driver’s permit.
The Lahore Traffic Police fined more than 31,000 drivers for contaminating the air a month ago. The specialists informed the media that concerning Rs. 7 million worth of challans had been given to the drivers with weighty smoke-producing vehicles and that activity against such vehicles had strengthened in the course of recent weeks.
The Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Lahore Traffic Police Department, Syed Hammad Abid, educated the media that the contamination brought about by the smoke-emanating vehicles had significantly expanded the exhaust cloud in the city, and added that the public authority has guided the specialists to make a move against such vehicles. He additionally asserted that these endeavors have significantly improved the nature of the air in the district.