IG Motorway police participates in live ‘E-khuli Kacheri’ on FM radio

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Zubair Qureshi

On the directions of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Inspector General (IG), National Highways and Motorways Police Inam Ghani participated in live “E-Khuli Kacheri” on FM-95 Radio and official Facebook page organized by NHMP.

During “E-Khuli Kachehri”, IG Inam Ghani answered the questions asked by the radio listeners and Facebook page and in certain cases issued immediate directions to resolve the problems of the general public.

It’s our prime responsibility to keep Motorways and highways safe for commuters, said Ghani adding NHMP believed in equal and fair application of law, strict enforcement on National Highways and Motorways to ensure the free flow of traffic.

In “E-Khuli Kacheri” IG, Inam Ghani said he wanted to be in direct contact with the public because they were police’s eyes and ears.

To a question he said the driving licenses branches would soon be opened in all four provinces capitals so that people of remote areas can easily get driving licenses.

He categorically said that reward and punishment is very much important but the best reward for any officials or officers was timely promotion.

In addition, merit-based promotions and recruitments in the Motorway Police is in process and will be done very soon.

He appealed the passenger and freight vehicles drivers to drive in their respective lane to avoid any accidents and campaign has been launched against lane violations of passenger and freight vehicles.

He also advised the motorcyclists not to ride a motorcycle without a helmet and helmet was also compulsory for pillion rider as well.

Fasten your seat belt before starting your journey, do not use mobile phone while driving, accidents are caused by overloading, over speeding and slow moving vehicles so over speeding and overloading should not be done at all,” said the IG NHMP in his radio message.

Motorway Police is always there to serve you, he said.

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