Capital Govt Introduced New Traffic Laws in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: The federal government took a decision in Islamabad to implement new traffic laws in line with international standards.
During a high-level meeting headed by Ijaz Shah, the interior minister who decided that the officials involved would begin to implement the new traffic regulations.
Under the new laws, after three challans, a driving license would be suspended. Fines on smoking while driving will be enforced while the front seat belt is declared compulsory.
Moreover, the legislation will allow legal proceedings for road jams against the superintendent police (SP) and duty officer.
The Interior Minister said that the deadline is September 30th for the execution of the recent instructions and that authorities must launch an awareness campaign for the public awareness.