Motorway Police will establish an International standard First Aid Training Center

IG, NH&MP Muhammad Saleem Bhatti has said that Motorway Police will establish an international standard first aid training center. Former IGP and Secretary Interior Mr. Zafar Iqbal Rathore has said that motorway police is serving the nation with honour which has put the name of Pakistan in honour.   He said that due to better services and helping the road users in distress NH&MP is being honoured in Pakistan as well as abroad. He advised to carry on these good traditions. He was speaking in a graceful ceremony to distribute certificate to the officers of NH&MP and para medical staff on successful completion of first aid course. The renowned ex-Police service officer and former secretary interior Mr. Zafar Iqbal Rathore was the chief guest on the occasion. While addressing the audience Mr. Zafar Iqbal Rathore emphasized the protection of life and property of the public being prime responsibility of police. On completion of this course he stressed, Motorway Police would go a step further and save precious human lives. The chief guest while sharing his experience, emphasized the motorway Police to stick to the principle of service above self. The IG, Motorway Police Mr. Muhammad Saleem Bhatti paid special thanks to the chief guest for gracing the ceremony. He congratulated the officers for successful completion of the course. Being first responders on accident scenes, that’s having would go a long way in safely evacuating accident victims and saving precious lives. He informed that a state of the art first aid training center will be established very soon where training would be imparted to National Highways & Motorway Police officers, allied organizations as well as private agencies. In this ceremony 23 officers and paramedical staff have passed out this training course. Later on Chief Guest, Former IGP and Secretary Interior Mr. Zafar Iaqal Rathore distributed the certificates among the participants of course.

 

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