LAHORE– Chief Traffic Officer Captain (retired) Liaqat Ali Malik distributed Eidul Fitr gifts among female traffic wardens and their children at a ceremony organized at the Police Lines Qilla Gujjar Singh Friday to acknowledge their services for the department.
As many 138 Lady Traffic Wardens, Lady Traffic Assistants (Constables) and other female workforce participated in the gathering that was first of its kind.
Speaking to the wardens, the CTO said lady traffic staff acts as a back bone in the department and their services are highly praiseworthy for citizens as well as Traffic Police department.
He further said only those societies could lead to success; where females are provided equal opportunities for work and their rights are also conserved.
“The formation of a society is not probable without the role of women.”
Mr Malik also said women always played significant role in Pakistani society.
“If we recall the national history we can find several praiseworthy names who played significant role in the national development.”
The CTO said women empowerment and conservancy of their rights could cause positive change in the society.
He further said an anti-harassment unit is actively working in the City Traffic Police Lahore to counter any harassment act against women.
Furthermore all female staff working in City Traffic Police Lahore appreciated the working of the Chief Traffic Officer Lahore.— PRESS RELEASE