In light of the recent disappearance of the son of Sindh High Court (SHC) Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, the law enforcing agencies will be taking serious action against fancy number plates. So far, a total of 137 citizens have been arrested and 179 FIRs have been filed.

Sindh Police’s spokesperson revealed that a city wide sweeping action was being taken for vehicles with fancy number plates since the one that was used to abduct Ovais Shah also sported a Sindh police license plate number which was a fake.



According to him, a total of 77 FIRs were registered from the District South under the Pakistan Penal Code Section 188. 29 individuals in the District East were taken into custody.

The number of FIRs registered in District West was 76 whereas 36 FIRs were registered in areas such as Mithadar, Kharadar, Napier Town and Garden.

Vocally against the VIP culture, a social activist, Naeem Sadiq said that they have been calling out these practices for a long while now. He said that there were around 200,000 to 300,000  vehicles which have fake number plates in Sindh alone.

“Instead of taking action against the common man, the government needs to register their own vehicles and make a portal where they have the data of their own vehicles,” he plainly suggested.

He proposed that the government should not bear down temporarily but take steps to implement a permanent solution.

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