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Wardens in Pakistan to get computer ID cards

Traffic wardens in Lahore, Pakistan, will soon be issued with computer-readable identity cards following the arrest of a bogus warden.

The cards should reduce the risk of fake wardens issuing tickets and gaining access to confidential records.

The move comes after the arrest of a bogus traffic warden inside the North Cantonment police station. Two genuine wardens became suspicious as another warden tried to seek legal information from the wrong desk.

Police arrested him after he could not prove his identity. They also seized a fake ticket booklet, several identity cards, some photographs and US$51 (Rs 3,100).

The arrested man had fooled motorists into handing over cash simply by wearing a uniform, which he had bought for US$12.35 (Rs 750).

November 12, 2007

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