Tinted glasses of 3408 vehicles removed: DIG Police Quetta
File photo of DIG police Quetta, Muhammad Azhar Akram

Crackdown to be launched against vehicles with tinted glasses: DIG Police Quetta

Manan Khan : 

The Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police, Muhammad Azhar Akram on Friday said that a crackdown would be launched against vehicles in Quetta. Addressing a news conference at his office, he said a crackdown would also be launched against non-custom paid vehicles and unregistered rickshaws.

“The number of unregistered rickshaws continues to increase”, the Deputy Police Chief said. He said strict action would be taken against the elements roaming in non-customs paid vehicles in the city.

“Action to be taken against land grabbers”, DIG Police 

In response to a question, Mr. Akram informed that action would also be taken against the elements involved in land grabbing. “Land mafia would not be tolerated”, he mentioned.

The DIG Police has come two days after the Balochistan High Court (BHC) has dismayed over the performance of the police chief of Balochistan and home secretary for their failure to take action against tinted and non-custom paid vehicles.

People should hire security guards from registered security companies 

He informed that the security guards of private companies would also be checked. He suggested people hire security guards of registered private security companies in the city. “The companies registered with the interior ministry are providing guards”, the DIG police said.

Yet to another question, he said all police stations in Quetta instructed to take action against the people involved in aerial firing in the city. He said aerial firing is a crime and that it has claimed so many precious human lives.

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