Behave with commuters with due respect, courtesy : IG NH and M P.
KARACHI -- Inspector General, National Highways and Motorway Police (IG NH and MP) Dr Syed Kaleem Imam has stressed upon the officers of Motorway Police to behave with the commuters with due respect and courtesy.
While addressing the police officers in a ceremony at Sukkur IBA, Dr Kaleem Imam stressed upon the officers every road users must be given respect and provide assistance of road users who are in distress.
IG, NH and MP further stated that well-mannered conduct with commuters, courtesy and indiscriminate enforcement of law must be ensured to enhance the image of NH and MP.
The Inspector General National Highways and Motorway Police said that NH and MP has attained the status of the premier and a lead traffic regulation and enforcement agency in Pakistan. By sticking to its core values of honesty, courtesy and help, NH and MP has won hearts of the public. He said that NH and MP has reduced the gap between police and public. Now People look towards us as matter of pride which is a great satisfaction for us.
He said Motorway Police is fighting and making vigorous efforts to reduce accident rate to lowest level by maintaining better discipline on roads through briefing, education and constructive enforcement. He said that he is trying his best to work day and night for the welfare of the force.
SSP NH and MP Sukkur Zone, Ghulam Sarwar Bhayo said that no compromise will be made in providing safe and secure travelling environment and extending timely and effective help to the road users travelling on national highways and motorways.
He advised the officers that while performing their duty, they must ensure timely help to the road users and they should consider it as a sacred job.
He further said that NH and MP always priorities road safety awareness among masses.
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Jan 14, 2018|
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