IG NH&MP Kaleem Imam inaugurates Road Safety Driving Training Institute

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Staff Reporter

Inspector General of National Highways and Motorways Police, Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam on Friday inaugurated the Road Safety Driving Training Institute, Chakri.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam said that the institute will create awareness among the people about road safety and establishment of the institute will help the people of the backward areas to learn safe driving.

He said that the Motorway Police is taking all possible setps to prevent the loss of precious human lives in traffic accidents in which modern technology is also being used.

Addressing the officers and officials, the IG NH&MP said that the main reason for the respect in general public for Motorway Police is good morals, timely and indiscriminate help, which we have to improve.

Kaleem Iman urged the officers and employees not only to take care of the corona SOPs but also to create awareness among the people about it.

Due to this virus 950 officer and officials have been effected out of which six officers and employees have died and 35 employees are undergoing treatment, he added.

The IG NH&MP listened to the problems of the employees and issued orders for their solution on the spot. The function was kept short keeping in view the SOPs of Corona virus.

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