Vehicles with tinted glass banned in Balochistan

Balochistan Home Minister Mir Shoiab Nowsherwani on Friday imposed a complete ban on vehicles with tinted glass in entire province.

He directed Police and law enforcement agencies to launch a drive against tinted glass vehicles.

Earlier Mr Shoiab commenced a proper campaign against tinted glass vehicles while removing tinted glass from his own vehicle.

He said the operation against vehicles bearing tinted glass is going to start in order to keep tight security in the province.

“This step is being taken for creating law and order situation in the province”, the Home minister added.

He appealed to people to join hands with police and law enforcement agencies in the drive against tinted glass vehicles

Home minister also gave directions for taking strict action against the shopkeepers who are involved in selling of tinted glass.

600450 Vehicles with tinted glass banned in Balochistan
Date: 27 January 2004

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