Authorities in Punjab seized more than 1500 vehicles with fake number plates in just three weeks

In Lahore, the Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) has detected 1,556 vehicles with counterfeit or non-standard number plates within the initial three weeks of this month. Legal actions have been initiated against those found responsible for utilizing fake number plates, and the police have seized the implicated vehicles.

The PSCA, in collaboration with Field Forces, is actively engaged in operations to identify and penalize vehicles sporting fraudulent number plates. The public is encouraged to assist these efforts by promptly reporting any vehicles suspected of employing fake or non-standard plates through the emergency helpline 15.

In a recent incident, a 60-year-old man who sustained injuries in a traffic accident within the Gowalmandi police jurisdiction four days ago has unfortunately passed away in the hospital. The victim’s identity remains unknown, and the body has been transferred to the morgue.

The Edhi Foundation has laid to rest eight unclaimed bodies discovered in various parts of the city, burying them in Saggian and Miani Sahib graveyards.

Furthermore, an unidentified man’s decomposed body, estimated to be 10 days old, was found near Bedian Road in Defence C. Authorities suspect foul play and have relocated the body to the morgue for further investigation.

In another incident, a 60-year-old man was discovered deceased near Safanwala Chowk in Mozang. Authorities suspect that the man may have succumbed to the cold weather. The body has been transported to the morgue for examination.

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