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NH&MP distributes certificates among pass out candidates.

PESHAWAR -- The integrity, honesty, equal application of law and good behavior on part of motorway police officers has earned a good repute for the organization that changed the status of old policing to

a service oriented force, said DIG Motorways Wisal Fakhar Sultan on Tuesday.

Addressing the participants of a certificate distribution ceremony of the pass out candidates of Motorway Police Driving School, at Anbar Swabi, he said NH&MP has achieved the status of a non-corrupt organization due to a proper check and balance system in the department.

He added National Highways and Motorways Police is a service oriented force and is committed to serve the travelers that's why it has earned a good repute and acknowledged by the public as well.

Wisal Fakhar Sultan said Motorway police planned to upgrade the standards of Road safety Training Institutes whereby a standardized syllabus would be taught. He stressed upon the participants to follow traffic laws to avoid accidents.

SSP M1 Muhammad Tahir, elaborated the major causes of accidents and requested the participants to avoid over speeding and use of mobile phone while driving. He requested public to use good quality of tyres in vehicles, use seat belt, avoid overloading and follow traffic laws.

He said Motorway police Sector M-1 has four driving schools at Abbotabad, Charsadda, Rashakai,Swabi and the syllabus of NH&MP Training Centre Shekiupura with practical training is being taught at these schools.

He added that motorway police educate the public on traffic laws, driving skills and attitude change. Tahir also appreciated the role of media in highlighting the road safety message of the motorways police.

DPO Swabi sajjad khan, Principal swabi college Prof. Meer Zaman khan and

MS Shah Mansoor medical complex Dr.Sheereen Khan also spoke on the occasion and praised the services of Pakistan motorways police department and its field staff.

Later, the DIG distributed certificates among the successful candidates of driving course and stressed for observance of traffic laws.
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Date:May 7, 2014
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