Islamabad -  Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) having the credit of corruption free force will disseminate the message of “Say No to Corruption” in the country by issuing new driving licenses in future printed with this slogan.

This was announced by Senior Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Malik Matloob during a ceremony held here to extend full cooperation with other law enforcement agencies especially National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to get rid of menace of corruption. Officer-in-Charge (Pakistan), UNODC Collie F. Brown, Director General NAB (Awareness & Prevention) Aliya Rashid, senior police officials and NAB representatives were also present on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, the SSP (Traffic) said that he feels proud to spearhead the force, which can be asserted as corruption free. He said that this force has become role model for other law enforcement agencies being a professional and corruption free force.

The SSP (Traffic) said that the force has got the image of corruption-free and people friendly through hard work and it would leave no stone unturned to spread the message of honesty. He said that The ITP has joined NAB’s campaign against corruption and will print message “Say no to Corruption” on new driving licenses to support the cause of creating awareness against ill effects of corruption amongst the masses.

Director ITP FM Radio 92.4, Ayesha Jameel said that ITP is also broadcasting the message `Say no to corruption’ and will create awareness among citizens to hate dishonest practices and help those trying to root out this menace of corruption.

Collie F. Brown, Officer-in-Charge (Pakistan), UNODC appreciated the professionalism and courteous attitude of ITP personnel, which made them friendly and corruption free force.

Director General NAB (Awareness & Prevention) Aliya Rashid appreciated the performance of ITP and professional attitude of its cops who make this force corruption free. She also stressed to adopt decent and honest attitude for success in this world and world hereafter.

She said that honest people earn great respect, which can’t be obtained through corrupt practices. She urged the women to encourage their husbands and children for earning a respectable livelihood rather than indulging in corrupt practices.

The NAB team thanked ITP for support and reiterated that this step will go a long way in strengthening anti-corruption campaign.