Press Release

CTO visits LCCI, discusses traffic related issues

Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Lahore Muntazer Mahdi revisited the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry to discuss traffic related issues and permanent licensing test centre at LCCI. LCCI President Mian Tariq Misbah, Senior Vice President Nasir Hameed Khan and Vice President Tahir Manzoor Chaudhry gave various suggestions to the CTO for smooth flow of traffic, especially at the surrounding areas of busy markets where traffic mess is hampering business activities. The meeting was also attended by the Convener LCCI Standing Committee on Traffic Police Liaison Khamis Saeed Butt and Executive Committee Member Haji Muhammad Asif Sehar.

Muntazer Mahdi said that to keep the traffic moving is the prime task of Traffic Police and staff is putting in its best efforts for this. He said that violence of traffic rules is not being tolerated and the department is also creating awareness amongst the masses.

The CTO said that licensing structure is being changed while the department is creating awareness about traffic rules and regulation amongst the youth. He said that Pakistan is one of those countries where accidents ratio is very high.

LCCI President Mian Tariq Misbah said that the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry will continue to provide maximum help to the traffic police in the larger interests of the trade and industry. He said that smooth flow of traffic not only cuts cost of doing business but ensures on-time delivery of goods at their destination.

He said that keeping the flow of traffic is a Herculean task but the traffic police are managing it in such a nice manner that every segment of society is appreciating them. He said that the liaison between police and the business community was a must and the LCCI was always giving a special focus to enhance the liaison with police.

LCCI said that the traffic police role is very vital in the sense that a disciplined traffic flow gives a picture of whole society on the one hand while on the other hand it plays its role in economic turnaround by cutting transportation time of goods carriers.