NH and MP bans private bus service on motorways due to reckless driving.

ATTOCK -- The National Highways and Motorway Police on Tuesday banned the entry of the buses of the private bus company on all motorways of the country on the charges of reckless driving claimed 12 precious lives and injury of over twenty passengers.

The decision was made by Inspector General (IG) National Highways and Motorway Police Ishfaq Ahmed who paid visit to the site of the accident.

According to spokesman of National Highways and Motorway Police, the ban was made in accordance with rule NHSO-45 and MVR (10) 35 of motor vehicle ordinance 1969.

The spokesman said that National Highways and Motorway Police Chief has also ordered strict legal action against the bus company.

A help desk was also established at National Highways and Motorway Police camp Burhan to provide assistance to the family members of the injured and deceased and handing over them belongings of the ill-fated passengers of the bus which met accident on Monday evening at Islamabad-Peshawar motorway (M-) near Burhan.

The Motorway Police Spokesperson Saqib Waheed further said that the patrolling staff which had carried out rescue operation also...

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