Islamabad Police to take action against illegal cattle markets

ISLAMABAD – Islamabad Police on Saturday decided to take strict action against illegal cattle markets hampering traffic flow and causing inconvenience for citizens.

Following directions of IGP Islamabad Dr Akbar Nasir Khan, special arrangements have been made in the capital to facilitate citizens on the eve of Eid ul Azha and any hindrance in traffic flow would not be tolerated and strict action will be taken against those causing inconvenience for citizens.

Strict action would be taken against illegal cattle markets and those selling cattle alongside the roads. The relevant beat officers and DSPs would ensure strict action against such persons while SP (Traffic) would supervise this operation.

Additional strength has been deployed at various busy areas and specified cattle markets to ensure smooth traffic flow which would work in three shifts. Purpose of this deployment is to ensure smooth traffic flow while diversion points have been also erected.

Citizens can lodge their complaints at helpline 1915 or 051-9261992-93 and prompt action would be ensured.

 

 

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