CTO asks students to promote road safety

PR Lahore – Chief Traffic Officer Rai Ijaz Ahmad has urged students to play their role in developing a civilised society. 

“We can save next generation from dangerous accidents by educating the current generation,” he said in his special road safety lectures at the University of Engineering and Technology in Baghbanpura.

Vice Chancellor Dr Fazal Ahmad and Inspector Nazia Baqir were also present on the occasion, according to a press release. The CTO said studetns can can develop a civilized society by following traffic rules. He added that besides maintaining traffic discipline, his team has been campaigning for road safety so that awareness could be raised among motorists.

The CTO said on this occasion that well managed traffic system reflects civilized society but this is bad luck of our society that nobody is ready to obey traffic rules.  “Traffic Police are trying to educate citizens about traffic rules.”  “We have launched Rasta app that has been downloaded by more than 30 thousand people. 46 master trainers will be trained by CTPL soon.  UET VC Dr Fazal Ahmad praised the traffic police for its road safety steps.

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