The Excise and Taxation Department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa started a campaign against unregistered and non-token in the province and recovered 3 million Rs just in two days. This two days campaign was started on special instruction by the secretary of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Zafer Ali Shah.
According to the report in this campaign 5000artificial number plates were removed from the vehicle. The Department of Excise and Taxation said they recover 3 million Rs, eight unregistered vehicles, 220 non-registered motorbikes, seized 500-kilogram heroin and remove 5000 artificial number plates and this operation was held under the supervision of Director General Excise and Taxation Department Fayyaz Ali Shah. Director General Fayyaz Ali Shah passes the order that this action is not only of the general public those government officials who are not authorized to use government number plates, but they must also be placed computerized number plates issued by the provincial excise department.
The secretary of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Zafer Ali Shah has fully confident about the success of this campaign and he said through this campaign all the vehicle and motorbikes in the province must be registered by the law and each vehicle will be placed number plate issued by the government of KPK.
Furthermore, this operation will not stop before all the vehicle and motorbikes in the province should be registered by the law and still this operation underway in the different parts of KPK.