E&T Deptt checks 2895 vehicles, removes 1066 tinted glasses in ICT.


 ISLAMABAD,In a crackdown against vehicles with tinted windows and unauthorized/fancy number plates, the Excise and Taxation (E&T) Department in the Federal Capital has intensified its operations.

 In the past month alone, 2895 vehicles were inspected, resulting in the removal of 1066 tinted glasses and 800 fancy number plates.

Talking to APP, Spokesman of Islamabad Capital Territory Administration, Dr Abdullah Tabassum said that on the instructions from the Deputy Commissioner Islamabad, Irfan Nawaz Memon, the E&T department’s officers have

been conducting daily inspections to ensure compliance with vehicle regulations.

During the last month, he revealed that these inspections have been intensified and checked nearly 3,000 vehicles, leading to the removal of over 1,000 sets of coloured glass and 800 illegal number plates. Additionally, the registration

of 183 vehicles has been suspended, with many others receiving warnings.

The inspections were carried out by teams of Assistant Commissioners, officers from the Excise and Taxation Department, and Assistant Excise & Taxation Officers (AETOs). Vehicles with tinted windows or fancy number plates were subject to penalties, including suspension of registration. Owners of these vehicles must correct the violations to have their registration restored.

On the occasion, the Deputy Commissioner urged the public to avoid using unauthorized car accessories. This includes removing full-color tinted windows and fancy number plates, and replacing them with ones approved by the Excise and Taxation Department.

Dr Abdullah said that this crackdown served as a reminder to all vehicle owners in Islamabad to adhere to the rules. It’s a clear message that authorities are committed to maintaining safety and order on the roads.

Law Minister meets IPC delegation

                ISLAMABAD, A delegation from the International Parliamentarians Congress (IPC) met with Federal Minister for Law and Justice, Azam Nazeer Tarar here on Wednesday.

The delegation was led by IPC President Abdel Rahim Maaia and included Secretary General Sitara Ayaz, Assistant Secretary General Ijlal Ali Khan and Deputy Speaker Jordan.

The IPC delegation briefed  the Law Minister on the organization’s work and mission. The IPC is a global platform that unites individual members of national parliaments from around the world to collaboratively address global and regional challenges. The delegation also discussed the formation of IPC’s human rights committees.

Minister Tarar commended the IPC’s efforts to expand its membership and foster cultural exchange among parliamentarians worldwide.

 He expressed his appreciation for the organization’s work in addressing critical issues related to Human rights.

The IPC President concluded the meeting by presenting a report on road safety.