RAWALPINDI: City Traffic Police (CTP) will launch a smart phone application next week to solve traffic related problems of the people living in Rawalpindi.
Speaking to media, Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Rawalpindi Muhammad Bin Ashraf informed that the application would educate people about driving license, provide traffic updates integrated with google maps, road congestion status and guidelines about nearest bank to deposit fine.
The app would also send advisory messages to citizens about protests and blockages.
The initiative will improve overall condition of traffic in the city.
Speaking about the crackdown on beggars, the CTO further said, under their ongoing operation rounded up 20 professional beggars during March.
He said, seven cases have been also lodged against professional beggars in various police stations while child beggars netted from the city have been handed over to Child Protection Bureau (CPB).
Special anti-beggars squad of CTP and Rawalpindi district police are conducting raids at different roads and intersections, he said adding that action in accordance with the law is being taken against beggars.
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