ITP FM radio launches complaint cell programme
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) FM Radio 92.4 on Tuesday started a special transmission, ‘Complaint Cell’, to take note of public problems, and ensure their resolution on an immediate basis.
Federal Minister for Interior Rehman Malik directed officials of Islamabad Police to set up the complaint cell at ITP FM Radio so that problems of the masses could be resolved on priority, a press statement said.
Malik said ITP FM Radio 92.4 was playing an important role in educating citizens on traffic rules and regulations. Inspector General of Police (IGP) Bani Amin Khan on Tuesday joined the first transmission of Complaint Cell.
He received 25 live calls from citizens, informed them about the exclusive transmission, and also assured them of the swift resolution of their problems after listening to them in detail.
Superintendent of Police (SSP) Traffic Moeen Masood, SP Traffic Mir Vais Naiz, Program Coordinator ITP FM Radio Ayesha Jameel, and other senior police officials were also present on the occasion.
The IGP shared various security measures which have been taken in the city for the safety of the citizens, including special police pickets, halting points, and the deployment of personnel at entry-exit points and shopping centres during Ramadan.
The IGP said the FM Radio project was already benefiting citizens, as it had raised awareness among them about traffic rules. Moreover, it would help control road accidents; promote the concept of safe driving among people, and ensure resolution of public problems through effective policing. The IGP said people could lodge their complaints at this cell without any hesitation and every possible effort would be made to solve them and ensure concrete steps for effective policing.
Source: Business Recorder