Funeral prayer of martyred traffic warden officer offered

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APP14-13 RAWALPINDI: June 13 - A large number of police officers, colleagues and relatives attending funeral prayers of a traffic police warden at Police Line who was shot dead by an unknown culprit after he was asked not to park his car under "No-Parking Sign" at Committee Chowk. APP photo by Abid Zia

RAWALPINDI, Jun 13 (APP):The funeral prayer of martyred traffic warden officer identified
as Shahid Sarwar offered here on Wednesday at Police Lines.
The traffic official was shot dead by a motorist here on
Tuesday evening just 15 minutes before Iftar at Murree Road for not
allowing
him to park the car in a no-parking area.
The funeral prayer was attended by Regional
Police Officer Rawalpindi Muhammad Wisal Fakhar Sultan Raja, Deputy
Commissioner Rawalpindi Talat Mahmood Gondal, City Police Officer, Rawalpindi
Afzaal Kosar, Chief Traffic Officer, Rawalpindi,
Bilal Iftikhar, SSP, Operation
Rawalpindi Muhammad Bin Ashraf, SSP Investigation Mir Abdullah, SP Potohar Syed
Muhammad
Ali, DSP Traffic, Headquarters Tamoor Khan, DSP Traffic Murree Raja
Khan Zaman, DSP, Raja Tafoor, other DSPs, Inspectors
and a large number of
Traffic Officers.
According to traffic police spokesman, the deceased
traffic warden Shahid Sarwar was a resident of Kallar Syedan. He was
father
of two children and was recently reinstated into the traffic police force after
having spent two years in Dubai.
He was known by his comrades to be a highly
dutiful and well-mannered man and was fasting when the incident occurred.