Following Sindh government’s crackdown against unregistered and fake number plates, demand for official vehicle registration plates has reached an all-time high.
According to a media report, the government began taking action against illegal vehicles on February 28 after the Karachi Police Office (KPO) attack.
During a press conference, Sindh Transport Minister Sharjeel Memon stated:
If someone sells an unregistered vehicle that is then used in a crime, the showroom owner will also be held liable for the crime.
Citing customs intelligence sources, the report added that contractors’ inability to supply thousands of number plates in Punjab and Sindh has caused computerized number plate shortages.
The report highlights that as a result, the crackdown has become a bother for the public because they cannot get official plates. The provincial government had ordered the computerized number plates in 2020.
Sindh government is the useless government in universe
Sharjeel memon khud 1 mujrim hai is ke khilaf koi karwayi nai houi or awam ke piche par gaye ye log
Sharjeel Memon kia Sara Pakistan corrupt h. Koi Kam dhang ka nahe hora! Awam khud bhi zaleel o khuwar hona chahty hen.
What about number plates which are not being issued by excise since 2108.
سندھ حکومت ملک کی سب سے زیادہ کرپٹ حکومت ہے اور سب افسران کو کرپشن کرنے کی بھی کھلی چھٹی ہے۔
More than computerised number plates, its important to make citizens follow traffic rules.
Very true, I have still not received my registration plate since 2019.