Islamabad, July 22 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani's son was caught by traffic police using a high beam and had to pay a fine for violating traffic rules.
"An assistant sub inspector of the Islamabad Traffic Police, who was deployed at Radio Pakistan, spotted a car (LEC-411) being driven with high beam.
"The ASI signalled the vehicle to stop and informed the driver that he had committed a violation by using high beam. He asked for documents to issue a fine ticket," The Dawn quoted sources, as saying.
"The violator introduced himself as Moosa Gilani, a son of the premier, but the ITP official again sought the documents," he added.
Gilani reportedly handed over the car's registration book to the police official, who issued him a ticket carrying a fine of 200 rupees.
Gilani had to visit the National Bank branch on Monday to pay the fine and get the vehicle document back.
He also visited the ITP Headquarters, met senior officers there and praised the ASI's 'honesty and zero tolerance.' (ANI)