Pregabalin 150mg buy 200 Passengers Hit With $2000 Fines For Boarding Private Vehicles, Mshika-Shikas
Close to 200 people were arrested and fined $2000 each by the police on Tuesday for boarding private vehicles and illegal taxis, commonly called mshika-shika’s. The 179 people were arrested for boarding vehicles that are not registered with ZUPCO.
The police also impounded the vehicles that the passengers had been using for transportation. Mbare police station impounded 16 buses while Harare Central station impounded 13 buses. The police said that they had embarked on the drastic course of action of arresting and fining passengers in order to protect people from robbery and rape. According to the police, there has been a spike in cases of rape and robbery involving illegal transport operators who are not registered under ZUPCO.
Speaking on the arrests, Harare Provincial police spokesperson Inspector Tendai Mwanza said,
“Police are urging people to use ZUPCO registered buses only to avoid being arrested,” said Insp Mwanza.
“The move by police to arrest passengers was necessitated by an increase in robbery and rape cases involving these illegal transport operators.
“We want to warn motorists and bus operators who are disregarding government directives that police will not tire until they bring all culprits to book.
“Among the buses impounded were those found ferrying people from one city to the other taking advantage of the green light given to legal operators to ferry school children.
“Police discovered that some operators ferried passengers from one city to the other who were not school children.
“All local school children are urged to use ZUPCO registered buses and omnibuses only and police will be visible in all street corners and roads to monitor safe movement of legal transport operators.”
Private commuter omnibuses were banned by the government last year. The kombis were initially banned during the first Covid-19 induced lockdown.
However, Local Government and Public Works Minister July Moyo later made the ban permanent arguing that the government wanted to bring sanity to the transport sector. The government said that kombis will only be allowed back on the road if they register with and fall under the Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (Zupco).
ZUPCO is however failing to service the demand forcing many to look for alternative sources of transportation.
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