SSP orders traffic police to stop parking vehicles by road sides

HYDERABAD - The SSP Hyderabad Sajid Amir Saddozai has directed the traffic police to stop the practice of parking the vehicles in two or three lanes by the road sides.

At a meeting with the police and traffic officials at his office here on Sunday, the SSP also asked the traffic police to stop the angular parking of vehicles and ensure that they were parked straight so that lesser space in terms of the roads’ width could be used for parking.

Saddozai said the police should affix the boards of no parking where the parking of vehicles was not allowed. He reiterated that the police should offer complete support to the local and district government so that they could implement the Sindh High Court’s order about removal of hard and soft encroachments from areas of Hyderabad.

The SSP emphasised on the need of making long term traffic management policies instead of finding stopgap arrangements. 

Dr Nabi Bux Baloch remembered on his 104th birth anniversary

Renowned scholar and researcher Dr Nabi Bux Baloch was remembered on his104th birth anniversary for which a seminar as well a book launching ceremony was organised by Dr NA Baloch Foundation in collaboration with Sindhi Language Authority and Endowment Fund Trust for Preservation Heritage of Sindh on Sunday.





Addressing the seminar, literary figures termed Dr Baloch an scholar of international caliber and said Dr Baloch had completed his work on the basis of his research. Dr Abdul Ghaffar Soomro said the literary and research work of Dr Baloch had been translated in different languages of the world. Dr Baloch had criticised the book of Ali Kofi published in the United States regarding Arab Invasion of Sindh and rejected all excerpts given in the book.


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