Police-public interaction: Recognising those who help keep roads safe

The Islamabad Traffic Police has granted its officers who serve in its radio channel for ‘remarkable administration’ in helping the general population.

In this respects, a honor function was held in the capital as the radio administration, FM 92.4, stamped eight years of communicates on Monday.

“This occasion is a tribute to the individuals who instruct individuals about street security,” said SSP-Traffic Malik Matloob, including that they had expanded the span of their day by day radio communicate from 18 hours to 21 hours and that they now intend to work the channel all day and all night.

Constable Zawar Khan was given a honor in the Helping Hands class of the year, while Asif Gill won the Best Constable honor. Ghulam Raza of ITP was presented the Best Head Constable honor. Also, Muhammad Tariq was judged as the Best Assistant sub-assessor, though Riaz Hussain and Hameedul Haq won the Best Sub-Inspector and Best Inspector grants separately.

Among the ITP radio staff, Nosheen was picked as the best debutant radio jockey, while the Best RJ grant for local regional languages shows went to Chahcha Jaani, a prevalent RJ for his Potohari-Punjabi appears. Best RJ for the morning demonstrates was displayed to Ali Ayyaz, and Best RJ grant for the late night indicates went to Adeel Khan.

Also, Annu won the Best Female RJ grant while the Best Male RJ grant went to KM. Senior radio moderator Haider Farooq was given a lifetime accomplishment grant.

Islamabad Police Inspector General Khalid Khattak said that it was imperative to enhance linkages between the police and the general population. “The police are from people in general and the general population are from the police,” he said.

The show was facilitated by RJ Zaibee Piyaray and co-facilitated by four other RJ’s including Nosheen, Huma, Awais Shahbaz and Faheem.

The honor function likewise included productions, move, singing and stage exhibitions by understudies and Whites Shadows troupe. A moving narrating session to pay tribute to an ITP official, who was martyred in the line of obligation, was additionally performed.