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LHC orders impounding smoke-emitting vehicles

LHC orders impounding smoke-emitting vehicles

LHC orders impounding smoke-emitting vehicles

LHC orders impounding smoke-emitting vehicles

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LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday ordered the district government and the traffic police to take strict action against smoke-emitting vehicles and impound them for frequent violations to control smog in the provincial metropolis.

Justice Shahid Karim of Lahore High Court, while hearing the petitions filed for remedying smog, said that vehicles emitting smoke should not only be fined but should also be closed.

Justice Shahid Karim said that the Punjab Transport Department should be informed about the pictures of vehicles emitting smoke and help should also be sought from Safe City.

The court said that tire killers should be installed wherever possible to stop one-way traffic.

The court expressed concern over the ill-treatment of dogs, cats and other animals in Tollinton Market and gave them 3 months time to shift them to another place.

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The court also directed Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA) Lahore to install new meters soon.

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