Islamabad—A speech competition titled ‘Tu Lang Ja Sadi Khair A’ was organized on the occasion of 10th anniversary of Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) in federal capital.
The competition which was held in National Library Islamabad was presided over by Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Khalid Khattak. Deputy Commissioner ICT Captain (R) Mushtaq Ahmed, AIG (Operations) Ashar Hameed Chaudhry, SSP Traffic Police Malik Matloob Ahmed, SP Traffic Khalid Rashid, Station Director ITP FM Ayesha Jameel and representatives of Honda Atlas were also present in the event.
The students of various schools and colleges of Islamabad participated in the speech competition.
Addressing the ceremony, IGP Khalid Khattak said the title of the event ‘Tu Lang Ja Sadi Khair A’ was an interesting sentence that suggests the road users to demonstrate tolerance during driving.
He said the citizens and students have a key role in success of Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) in capital.
He said students were the ambassadors of ITP who played a key role in public awareness campaigns regarding the traffic rules. Khattak said the ITP was carrying such awareness campaign in the city to protect the lives and property of the citizens. He hoped that with the coordination of students and public, the campaign would be successful.
The ITP aim was not to issue the challan tickets to traffic rules violators but its real goal was to implement the laws, he added. At the end, IGP Khalid Khattak and DC Mushtaq Ahmed distributed awards amongst the position holder students.