Traffic police warn the bikers to avoid violating the helmet-wearing rule

 Traffic police warn the bikers to avoid violating the helmet-wearing rule

Traffic police warn the bikers to avoid violating the helmet-wearing rule

ISLAMABAD(KARACHI), 10 July: The traffic police in Karachi have intensified starting Friday its bid to discourage bikers from driving on Sharea Faisal without wearing safety helmets by posting more personnel on the arterial thoroughfare to challan violators.

The traffic police authorities have warned the bikers to avoid violating the helmet-wearing rule in order to ensure their safety in the wake of increasing accidents on the road.

In its press release today, the Traffic Police Karachi office said that starting with the Sharea Faisal, Karachi roads are now the no-go areas for bike drivers not wearing helmets.

Those not heeding the warnings will be dealt a legal blow, the traffic inspector general office said.

Separately today from the auto sector, the automobile manufacturers have announced to reduce car prices in Pakistan after getting the relaxations in taxes by the federal government under a new auto policy.

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The court granted a two-day physical remand of the accused persons and directed the police to produce them before the court on completion of their physical remand along with a progress report. The men were arrested last night after videos of the violence went viral on social media.

The incident occurred two months back when Usman allegedly along with his two other accomplices barged into an apartment in the E-11 sector of Islamabad and shot an obscene video of a girl. The suspects continued to blackmail her and her husband with the video and demanded money in return and warned to make it viral in case of non-compliance.

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