ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) on Sunday arranged a heavy-bike rally for road safety in connection with its 8th anniversary.
The rally started from the Fatima Jinnah Park and culminated at the same place after passing through various areas.
A family festival was also arranged for citizens in which jumping castles, swings and puppet shows attracted a lot of visiting children.
National Highways and Motorway Police DIG Halena Iqbal Saeed, Islamabad AIG Sultan Azam Temuri, SSP (Traffic) Malik Matloob Hussain and people from all walks of life participated in the rally.
On the occasion, Sultan Azam Temuri said that the ITP marked such event every year, but this year, the event had become more charming through participation of motorcyclists in the bike rally and of children in the family festival.
He said that such events would also be arranged in the future to effectively disseminate the message of road safety, especially among the children “who are our future generation”.
Malik Matloob Hussain said that the ITP had inculcated friendly policing, and its role in maintaining road discipline was appreciated by the citizens.
Roads of Islamabad would be made more secure through awareness about traffic laws among the citizens, and a disciplined as well as exemplary traffic system would be ensured, he added.
The participants of the rally also assured the ITP of their full support in making roads in the capital more secured.
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