Traffic Police Issues Over 34,000 Fines for Helmetless Motorcyclists

traffic police issues over 34,000 fines for helmetless motorcyclists

The Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) has taken strict action against motorcyclists caught riding without helmets, issuing a staggering 34,528 fines. A spokesperson for the police revealed this on Saturday, emphasizing the ITP’s commitment to ensuring a safe and orderly traffic environment in the city, and cracking down on negligent behavior on the roads.

The spokesperson highlighted that the ITP has instructed its personnel to enforce traffic rules rigorously, regardless of the individual’s status or rank. They are also urged to exhibit patience and courtesy while issuing fines for traffic violations.

Moreover, the ITP is making use of all available resources to serve the general public better. They have made a plea to parents, urging them not to permit their underage children to operate bikes or cars until they reach the age of maturity. This measure aims to prevent accidents and ensure the safety of young, inexperienced drivers.

The ITP’s efforts underscore the importance of adhering to traffic regulations for the well-being of all road users. By enforcing rules and promoting responsible behavior, they strive to create a safer environment for everyone.