RAWALPINDI  – Pakistan Transport Welfare Association (PTWA) announced a wheel jam strike on September 10 (tomorrow) for indefinite period against the heavy fine imposed by traffic police to the transporters.This was announced by the President of the Association, Raja Ghulam Abbas addressing a press conference at Pirwadhi Bus Stand here on Saturday. Besides, Senior Vice President, Chaudhry Muzamil Hussain and General Secretary, Babu Arshad Nawaz were also present on the occasion. Raja Ghulam Abbas said that transporters would go on strike in Rawalpindi for indefinite period against the aggression of traffic police.He told that traffic police is imposing heavy fine Rs 500,750 and Rs 1,000 to the transporters on minor violation.  Meanwhile, City Traffic Officer (CTO), Ishtiaq Hussain Shah said that no one would be allowed to violate traffic laws. He made it clear that traffic police will impose fine to the transporters who are not following the rule of law.Meanwhile, the Islamabad High Court would conduct interviews of the succeeded candidates for the post of Additional District & Sessions Judge and Civil Judge-Cum-Judicial Magistrate from Monday, said Spokesman of IHC, Tariq Channa talking to this agency.Channa said a two-member selection committee of court headed by Justice Riaz Ahmed Khan and comprising Justice Muhammad Anwar Khan Kasi would conduct the interviews of the candidates.Selection committee would conduct interview of the succeeded candidates for the post of Additional District & Sessions Judge belonging to Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Sindh and KPK on September 10 while from Punjab on 11, he added.Moreover the interview of Civil Judge-Cum-Judicial Magistrate Judges belonging to FATA, Sindh and Balochistan on September 12 while from ICT on 13, Channa maintained.According to the schedule interview of Judges would continue till September 21. All the candidates are asked to bring their original CNIC, educational, experience, domicile certificate; failing may entail the consequence of their disqualification, he added.