Workshop held to spread awareness on road safety

The aim of holding such a programme is to create a traffic sense among the people


APP November 24, 2022
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ISLAMABAD:

The education wing of Islamabad capital police organised a one-day road safety education workshop at Rangers Headquarters (17th Wing) Saidpur Islamabad to minimise the accident ratio by educating road users and ensuring strict implementation of traffic rules.

For this purpose, more than 55 personnel including drivers and staff members attended the workshop and appreciated the efforts of Islamabad Traffic Police in maintaining traffic discipline in the city.

The aim of holding such a programme is to create a traffic sense among the people, advising them that a driver should honour others' rights, especially pedestrians while driving. In-Charge Education Wing of Islamabad Capital Police Rana Ishtiaq and his team urged the participants to avoid using mobile phones and fasten seat belts during driving for safety purposes.

They said that even minor negligence of drivers can cause accidents and endanger the lives of many. On the occasion, the message of CTO Dr Syed Mustafa Tanveer was also read to the audience and told that Islamabad Capital police was striving to provide a safer journey to road users by utilising all the available resources.

 

Published in The Express Tribune, November 24th, 2022.

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