The Traffic Fine In Lahore Might Increase To 10,000 Rupees And Pakistanis Are Weirdly Super Happy About It

By Biya Haq | 24 Sep, 2018

Naya Pakistan has arrived and it seems as if every day a new action is taken to better the lives of Pakistanis all over the country. And in the latest effort to clean things up, it seems as if a hike in traffic penalties has been issued.

A notice with the subject: ‘Enhancement of Penalty’ has been making rounds, stating that the traffic penalty in Lahore will be twenty times what it currently is.

The notice states that in the past, Lahore’s traffic penalties have proven to be extremely high in number, suggesting that a steeper fine is needed to regulate the proper implementation of traffic laws.

Though the image has been going viral and has even been covered by News Channels, it cannot be said that the action is going to take place. We have yet to receive any kind of notice or confirmation directly from the government in regards to the change, thus, we cannot prove its validity.

This may be quite the extreme measure to take, but it seems as if Pakistanis are surprisingly happy about the potential fine.

People all over social media have been applauding the alleged notice, saying that this is the right step to take to keep traffic and road blockages to a minimum. Not sure everyone will be saying the same once they are fined though…

Others weren’t as thrilled.

Apart from the fine, it seems as if other traffic solutions are being implemented as well.

Guess we’ll just have to wait and see how careful we’ll have to be on the roads now! Love you. What do you think of the notice? Good thing? Bad thing? Let us know in the comments below!

This Female Traffic Warden In Lahore Is Officially The Sweetest PSL Fan In The World

This Chinese Auntie Playing Traffic Cop Is The Most Badass Display Of Pak-China Dosti

Cover photo source:@GoStudyUmer Via Twitter/Content.PK

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