Pakistan’s First Women-Only Driving School & Test Center Starts in Islamabad

Islamabad hosts the Pakistan’s first-ever women-only driving school and test center, inaugurated by Police Officer Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan at the Police Lines Headquarters in Sector H-11.

Top officials, including the country director of the Islamic Relief Organization, CPO Safe City/Traffic DIG Shohaib Khurram Janbaz, Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Muhammad Sarfraz Virk of the Traffic Division of Islamabad, under-training women participants, and a sizeable contingent of police officers from the Traffic Division of Islamabad, attended the ceremony.

The driving school is a collaborative effort between the Islamic Relief Organization and the capital police, according to an Islamabad police official. Its objective, he continued, is to provide women with specialized training under the direction of knowledgeable educators.

Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan emphasized the vital role women play in society during his speech at the ceremony. He further said that women are the main forces behind every community’s advancement.

In addition, he stressed the significance of programs like the founding of women-only driving school in order to empower and assist women in a variety of sectors.

Khan reaffirmed the Islamabad Capital Police’s dedication to launching more programs to support women’s future talents.

Authorities were given orders to make sure the driving school and test facility have all the amenities required. Women-Only Driving School & Test Center, he said, is committed to upholding global standards.

It would guarantee that the chosen applicants fulfil the prerequisites in order to be granted a driver’s license.

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