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28 driving, training institute established for women: NH and MP.

RAWALPINDI -- Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG), National Motorway of police Sheikh Mohammad Umar Sunday said that NH and MP

have established 28 driving and training institute for women, who have best driving abilities.

Talking to reporter he said, the ratio of fatal accidents shows that male drivers were involved in carelessness and rash driving.

He said abiding by the traffic rules was the duty of every citizen and following road safety precautions saves not only their own lives but the lives of others.

NH and MP will keep up to the tradition it has set to achieve the goal of safe driving and zero accidents, he said.

He said that women should come forward and should learn the skills, that is the need of hour because women are more than half of the population.

Besides, NHMP special force was creating awareness among the road users by conducting seminars, workshops in the schools, colleges and universities.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Mar 12, 2018
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