Islamabad - Inspector General of National Highways & Motorway Police, Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema, has said that motorway police force is considered as a role model institution of Pakistan and vowed to make it one of the best highway police in the world.

The IG said that honesty and courtesy were the basic traits that made the department a symbol of pride for the nation. “The good name of the department is a matter of pride and distinction for whole nation and we will further polish and strengthen these traits,” he added. “We would never lose this pride and distinction at any cost,” said the IG while addressing the passing-out parade at NH&MP Training College on Tuesday.

He said that Motorway Police had ensured rule of law in accordance with the vision of Quide-e-Azam.

“Law should be equally enforced and there should be no concession or exception for anyone. Other departments should also adopt this standard of equality,” the IG added.

He said, “We would strengthen the writ of law in our areas of jurisdiction.” He congratulated passed out trainees and expected that well-trained officers would enhance the traffic discipline and make the highways even more secure.  Commandant Training College DIG Ahsan Sadiq said in his opening remarks that standard of training was at par with international level. Cheema also laid a wreath of flowers on the monument of martyrs and prayed for them.