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Traffic wardens face music for giving challan ticket to KP MPA

By News Desk

June 8, 2024 03:17 PM


Two traffic wardens face music giving challan ticket to KP MPA

An image of the challan ticket.

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The City Police Officer (CTO) Peshawar has suspended two traffic wardens for issuing a challan ticket to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Member Provincial Assembly (MPA) Sher Ali Afridi, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Saturday.

MPA Sher Ali Afridi had complained to the CTO about traffic wardens over issuing him a challan ticket.

The traffic wardens imposed a fine of Rs500 on the MPA for violating traffic laws. However, the traffic police said the wardens were suspended for misbehaving with the lawmaker.

MPA Sher Ali Afridi said when the traffic wardens waved them to stop the driver halted the vehicle. “My brother told the wardens that I am an MPA but the wardens uttered some inappropriate words,” he added.

It may be mentioned here that Sher Ali Afridi is a member of the Pakhtunkhwa Assembly from PK-77.

Reporter: Amir Shehzad


News Desk


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