Public awareness about e-tagging device on security Check posts & toll-plazas for the smooth traffic management and reduction in terrorist activities in Pakistan
Nisar Ahmad Bazmi (),
Mirza Muhammad Ali Baig (),
Muqadass Rehman () and
Chaudhary Abdul Rehman ()
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Nisar Ahmad Bazmi: Superior University, Lahore-Pakistan
Mirza Muhammad Ali Baig: Superior University, Lahore-Pakistan
Muqadass Rehman: Hailey College of Commerce Punjab University, Lahore-Pakistan
Chaudhary Abdul Rehman: Superior University, Lahore-Pakistan
International Journal of Academic Research in Management and Business, 2016, vol. 1, issue 1, 52-74
This article reports on a qualitative study, which was conducted to identify the problems faced by the general public as well as the security agencies on check posts as well as toll plazas due to lesser use of E-Tag facility for smooth movement of traffic and reduction in terrorist activities. The sample of study consisted of all the twelve persons from different classes and professions, who shared their personal experiences about this issue. A structured interview with open-ended questions was used to investigate the problems of traffic and terrorist activities. Collected data were analyzed through (transcribing and coding) the statements given by the general public. It was found that there are some serious issues on both the ends of general public as well as security agencies to maintain terrorist free movement of traffic within and outside cities of Pakistan. It was surprising to find out that there is no public awareness campaign by the government to educated general public about the use of E-Tag facility on both print and electronic media. The problem of traffic jam as well as reduction in terrorist activities can be overcome by the extensive use of modern technology likewise cameras & scanners respectively.
Keywords: Public awareness; Role of media; E-Tag facility; Use of modern technology; Terrorist activities. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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