Karachi: Children, women, elders exempted from ban on pillion riding
The Sindh government has lifted the ban on pillion riding for children, the elderly and women in Karachi.
Sindh Home Department issued the notification according to which Law enforcement, journalists and other staff will not be exempted. Order issued under the Epidemic Act 2014.
The people are also appealed to cooperate fully with the police and administration keeping in view the observance of this law so that they can avoid any extraordinary situation.
Earlier in April, Pillion riding had been completely banned in Karachi no one was exempted.
According to a notification issued by the Home Department in April, the pillion riding exemption for women, children, senior citizens and journalists in Karachi has been abolished and law enforcement agencies have been directed to strictly enforce it.
Officials say the decision was made following complaints from families about the unnecessary use of the pillion ride.
Noor Mukadam's sister asks people to join the Islamabad protest
Sara Mukadam, the pained sister of murder victim Noor Mukadam stated that...
FIA serves legal notice to MCB Chairman Mian Mansha
LAHORE: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has served a legal notice to...
Footwear Exports increase 23.7pc In two Months
Footwear exports from the country upsurge by 23.72% throughout the initial two...
Sindh government to bring new buses to Karachi: Mukesh Chawla
After the appearance of 40 buses for the Green Line BRT project,...
Canadian YouTuber Rosie Gabriel decides to stay in Pakistan permanently
Leading Canadian YouTuber Rosie Gabriel has taken up permanent residence in the...