As a method of expressing its gratitude to law-abiding residents, the National Highway and Motorway Police (NHMP) has rewarded drivers who respect traffic laws.
After visiting the Public Service Vehicles Management Center at the Motorway (M-2) North Toll Plaza, Inspector General (IG) NHMP Inam Ghani dropped by the office of the National Highway Patrol (NHMP). Motorway Police rewarded drivers who adhered to traffic regulations during their documented trip history of 30,000 to 40,000 kilometres on the highway.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the practise has intended to encourage people to drive responsibly on highways. The occasion has also attended by the DIG Motorway (M-2) North, the DIG Operations and the Sector Commander..
Ghani noted that the National Health and Medical Program owes its major modernisation to advances in information technology (IT). He continued by saying that the group intends to link its new system with the NADRA.
This phase will ensure the centralization of data. It will include car registration, vehicle fitness, and driver’s licence information, among other things. It will also enable the NHMP to follow down and prosecute those who flout the law on a regular basis. Ghani summarised the mission of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It is to make roadways safer and more convenient for users.