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* Sri Lanka Police launch new system to catch errant drivers
Sat, Sep 23, 2017, 10:03 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Sept 23, Colombo: Sri Lanka Police plans to launch a special program in the city of Colombo starting from today (23) for a week to identify the errant motorists breaking the traffic laws.

Accordingly, the police officers clad in civilian clothes will cruise around the city areas of Colombo in unmarked cars and observe the traffic law violators.

Uniformed Police officers assigned to patrol the roads will stop the vehicles that violated the traffic laws and take legal action against the divers.

This is yet another step in creating a disciplined law enforcement system that minimizes traffic accidents.

are inspecting violations of road rules while traveling in several locations in the city of Colombo.

Police officers in the uniform have been assigned to work along the route and they will stop the relevant vehicles and legal action will be taken. The program is launched as a measure to discipline drivers and minimize traffic accidents.


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