ISLAMABAD - Islamabad Capital Territory Administration has launched special drive against the routes' violation by the public transport and addressing the citizen's complaints on the spot. The campaign was started on the direction of Chief Commissioner Islamabad Karan Lashari and in this regard Secretary Islamabad Transport Authority Bashir Ahmed conducted traffic checking on different routes of the city and fined public service vehicles amounting to Rs 20,000 for violation of routes and over-charging, over-loading and over-speeding. He challaned 34 PSVs of route numbers 121,120,1,24 etc. Secretary ITA has warned the transporters to ensure the completion of routes and charge fixed fare and behave with the commuters decently, otherwise route permit would be cancelled. Meanwhile, a briefing was held in the office of the chief commissioner to evaluate the progress of anti-polio drive in the rural areas and to further strengthen the drive in these areas to achieve the desired results. The briefing was presided over by the Chief Commissioner Kamran Lashari and Deputy Commissioner Amer Ali Ahmed. The District Health Officer Dr Amirzada Khan informed that the District Health Office had achieved more than 100 per cent targets set for the drive and over 85,000 children were given anti-polio drops in the rural areas of ICT and catch up activity was also completed successfully after the drive. It was also informed that local government department and revenue staff of ICT Administration was also deployed at different union councils to help the anti-polio teams and mobilise the local community. The DHO informed that the teams visited door to door in the far-flung areas and carried out the vaccination to the maximum level. He said a comprehensive strategy was evolved to further strengthen the drive along with making the routine vaccination in the rural area a great success.  and sending polio teams to the area on monthly basis.