KARACHI: The Sindh delivery branch and the visitors police on Wednesday formally released a campaign to make certain that no college van changed into fitted with a fuel cylinder as they imposed fines on 273 automobiles, officers within the provincial government said.

They said the campaign had frequently been released in the towns of Sindh, with more intensity in Karachi, in which site visitors police intercepted college vans and fined the drivers of those being run on LPG or CNG.

“it's far illegal for those vehicles to be equipped with gas cylinders; as a consequence, our campaign is to protect schoolchildren from any tragic incident as such incidents had been suggested in the past months,” said Awais Qadir Shah, Sindh minister for transport and mass transit, in a declaration issued to the media.


officers stated so far drivers of some 273 vehicles had been fined whilst 241 CNG cylinders were eliminated from the automobiles and confiscated.

“At any cost,” stated the transport minister, “we’ll now not permit the proprietors of the faculty vans the usage of CNG cylinders in their vans.”

The minister stated the provincial government become dedicated to making sure safety of schoolchildren on roads for which the province-wide marketing campaign for the removal of CNG cylinders from college vehicles have been launched.

“Our government is devoted to ensuring that kids are secure and comfy in school vans,” stated Mr Shah, adding that the campaign turned into covering the whole province for which “no strain” from any quarters turned into being entertained.

“This campaign has the single goal to make the adventure of our schoolgoing youngsters safe. No stress from everybody is being entertained,” said the minister.

posted in sunrise, February 14th, 2019