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In a primary, Karachi Police will now be patrolling the streets of Saddar on bicycles, whereas a transportable rest room has additionally been launched to facilitate site visitors cops.

Shedding mild on the initiative, Deputy Inspector-Basic (DIG) Site visitors Iqbal Dara mentioned that the “bicycle squad” has been launched in Saddar to unravel the issue of frequent site visitors jams that happen virtually day by day because of slender lanes.

On Friday, Dara inspected and inaugurated each the services on the Metropole Site visitors Checkpoint in Saddar.

The DIG Site visitors mentioned that in an space like Saddar — which is likely one of the busiest areas of Karachi —  it’s arduous for site visitors cops to succeed in a spot if site visitors jams happen there as a result of the streets are very slender.

“In the first phase of the initiative, five bicycles have been introduced in the area, while cars and heavy motorbikes will also continue to function in the area,” Dara mentioned.

Transportable bogs

Dara mentioned that he issued the directives to begin a transportable rest room service for site visitors police personnel as a result of they face loads of difficulties discovering bogs as a result of nature of their job.

The DIG Site visitors mentioned that after standing on the roads for a number of hours, site visitors police personnel need to face extreme troubles discovering bogs throughout their responsibility hours.

“To resolve the issue, we have decided to introduce a mobile toilet on an experimental basis,” Dara mentioned.

He mentioned that the transportable rest room would transfer from one location to a different throughout the town to facilitate site visitors police personnel.

“The wheeled toilet will stop at particular traffic checkpoints for the traffic police on duty to use, stay there for some time, and then move to another location,” Dara defined.

He added that site visitors police would additionally be capable to name for a cell rest room at any time when the necessity arises. 

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