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11 drivers booked for endangering human lives across Rajouri
9/24/2018 10:04:12 PM
Early Times Report
Rajouri, Sept 24: Rajouri police today booked eleven drivers for violation of norms and endangering human lives by indulging in over-loading of passengers and these FIRs have been registered in Darhal, Thanamandi and Nowshera police stations.
Police spokesman said that a team of police headed by SHO Darhal-Habib Pathan under the supervision of SDPO Thanamandi-Iftikar Chowdhary was on routine checking for action against violation of traffic norms during which four vehicles were found heavily overloaded.
Spokesman further said that the team registered FIRs and seized four vehicles.
"Drivers booked include Mohd Saleem resident of Khoriwali Darhal driving Magic Auto bearing registration number JK11A-5408, Shiraz Ahmed resident of Budh Khanari driving Magic Auto JK11 3355, Imtiyaz Ahmed resident of Thanamang driving tempo JK11-4358 and driver Mohd Saleem resident of Thanamang driving tempo JK11A-3283", said spokesman.
Another police team headed by SDPO Thanamandi Iftikar Chowdhary and SHO Thanamandi Nazir A Dar were on routine patrolling on Thanamandi Rajouri road when six overloaded vehicles were intercepted.
Vehicles found overloaded include Canter JK11 2516 driven by Mohd Younis resident of Behrote, Minibus JK12-1590 driven by Shakoor Samyal resident of Rajdhani, Tata Sumo JK11-6233 driven by Shokit Hussain resident of Kote Behrote, Tata Sumo JK11A-1424 driven by Mohd Ashfaq Khan resident of Hasyote, Tavera JK11A-1965 driven by Nasser Ahmed Bajjar, Tavera JK02AW-2161 driven by Maroof Khan resident of Roop Nagar Jammu.
In this regard cases under FIR numbers 173, 174, 175, 176, 177 and 178/ 2018 have been registered in police station Thanamandi under relevant sections and all the drivers mentioned above have been arrested.
Similarly, a police team headed by SHO Nowshera Romal Singh under the supervision of SDPO Nowshera Khaliq Hussain was on routine patrolling at Bareri road when a minibus bearing registration No JK11-1979, which was on way from Bareri to Nowshera driven by driver namely Rakesh Kumar resident of Kalal Nowshera, was intercepted and found carrying more than 20 passengers extra beyond the capacity of RC with passengers were even sitting and hanging from roof and stairs of vehicle respectively.
In this connection a case under FIR No.196/18 under sections 279,337 of RPC and 39/192 MV Acts was registered in the Police Station Nowshera and said driver was arrested on spot and vehicle was also seized.
SSP Rajouri Yougal Manhas has already issued stern directions to all the SHOs and SDPOs to take action against drivers indulged in overloading which becomes a reason for roads accidents.
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