RAWALPINDI - The traffic police authorities have formally decided to launch new traffic management system of wardens in Rawalpindi city and Murree to effectively control traffic flow in the municipal area of Rawalpindi City, Cantonment Board and Murree. In this regard, launching ceremony of new city traffic police will be held on June 21 (Saturday) and City Police Office (CPO), Rawalpindi, DIG Rao Muhammad Iqbal will be the chief guest on the occasion. Chief Traffic Officer (CTO), Rawalpindi, SSP Dr Usman Anwar informed this while thrashing out details of the city traffic police in his office here on Wednesday. The SP (Traffic) Malik Matloob Ahmed was also present on the occasion. The SSP, Dr Usman, informed that 985 wardens are being deputed in areas of Rawalpindi city, Cantonment and municipal limits of Murree who will be supervised by the 35 traffic inspectors. "For the time being 185 Head Constables and constables of the old traffic police would also continue work with the new traffic force," he added. The CTO said that the wardens of city traffic police have been imparted high standard traffic management training, which they obtained at Police College, Sihala.  "They have also been given service-oriented training with the Motorway Police besides special training at Elite Force Training School, Rawat, to combat street crimes," he maintained. Dr Usman Anwar said that the new traffic police are being equipped with 580 motorcycles, including 114 motorcycles of 250 CC and 470 motorcycles of 125 CC. Similarly, 12-cars, six double door vehicles, four single door pick-ups, one Hiace van for Mobile Education Unit, seven car lifters, two mobile canteens, four Hino Buses, one to-chain truck and 500 Waki-Talkies have been provided to city traffic police for facilitating them on modern lines to discharge their duties.