Special squads have been formed by the Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) to deal with motorists in the capital city that have tinted windows or black papers.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Traffic, Dr Syed Mustafa Tanveer, stated that the officers’ and Jawans’ efforts had drastically reduced the incidence of fatal accidents. He stated that more similar measures are needed to safeguard the safety of citizens’ lives and to make Islamabad an accident-free city.

Despite repeated warnings from the ITP, numerous vehicles with tinted windows can be spotted on key roads and highways in the federal capital.


SSP Tanveer also stated that the ITP intends to implement a zero-tolerance policy in the future since it is a moral responsibility to raise awareness about road safety while enforcing regulations. Similarly, the behaviour of persons on the road reflects societal norms, he continued.

He was of the view that ITP personnel have had extensive training and have been instructed to treat civilians with compassion, sincerity, and humility. He believed that breaking traffic regulations causes accidents. In an appeal to citizens.

SSP Traffic stated that the involvement of citizens in ensuring smooth traffic is also very crucial. Obeying road rules can save your life as well as the lives of others; thus, never disobey traffic laws and be responsible and patriotic citizens.