Entry of passenger, goods vehicles banned without digital fitness certificate in Lahore

By: Ali Ramay
Published: 08:13 PM, 24 Dec, 2021
Entry of passenger, goods vehicles banned without digital fitness certificate in Lahore
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To control the smog in Lahore, the administration has imposed a ban on the entrance of any passenger and goods transport without a Digital Fitness Certificate (DFC).

The 24News HD TV channel reported on Friday that Relief Commissioner Punjab Babar Hayat Tarar has issued a written order in this regard.

According to the orders issued by the Relief Commissioner, no passenger vehicle will now enter Lahore without a digital fitness certificate.

While goods Transport will also need to get a fitness certificate from the government, the channel report said.

The police have been ordered to take action against the vehicles without a fitness certificate so now the traffic police can stop a vehicle entering Lahore city without a digital certificate.

The traffic police will only allow passenger vehicles with digital certificates to enter Lahore.

Transporters can obtain a digital fitness certificate for their vehicle from the Vehicle Inspection Center located at Johar Town in Lahore.

Ali Ramay

Ali Ramay is a Senior Investigative Reporter associated with Pakistan's City News Network (CNN). He has been associated with the CNN group since 2013 and mainly covers investigative stories in departments under the Punjab Government.