Mobilink and ITP organize road safety painting competition

- Pakistani

Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) and Mobilink Foundation jointly organized a painting competition to promote road safety awareness amongst College/school children.

The competition was held at the Open Air Theatre Islamabad. There were 1200 students from several schools/colleges of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, who participated in the competition.

Participating students were asked to use their imagination to visually depict simple yet critical topics related to road safety and associated dangers using the medium of art.

In the event special children also shared their view points about safety measures specifically they designed according to special needs.

Police officials took the initiative to arrange series of campaigns, in order to inform youth about the possible losses of over speeding and one wheeling etc.

This is an effective initiative from Mobilink Foundation and ITP through which the children share the public service message to educate citizens towards preventing loss of life and property, abiding by traffic rules and regulations.

These campaigns are very useful to aware the road users with traffic rules and regulations and to inform them about severe problem due to violating the rules.

The painting competition was organised by Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) and Mobilink Foundation as part of their celebrations for the ITP’s seven year anniversary.

The Mobilink Foundation was established in 2007 as a non-profit organization, which provided support for the local community in different areas including health, education and environment etc.

The competition was comprised of various activities. The purpose of the competition was to educate the children about road safety measures. At the end of the competition prizes were distributed among the students.