Jaipur Director General of Police Bhupendra Singh has said that the epidemic of increasing road accidents can be prevented with collective efforts. He urged the students to drive the vehicle only after completing the age of 18 years after obtaining the prescribed license.
Bhupendra Singh was addressing the event organized as a chief guest at Vidyashram School, under the Road Safety Campaign, on Tuesday.
The Director General said that the traffic police is there to assist the common man. The uniformed person is also among us and is for our safety. They need to be supported and respected by the common people.
Additional Director General Traffic PK Singh said that the road safety campaign started from August 22 in the state is being conducted till August 30.As part of this campaign, many programs are being organized in the state for road safety and motivating the people to follow the traffic rules. Action is being taken as per rules against those who do not comply with traffic rules.
He informed that more than 10,300 people have died in the state last year. The mistake of a person on the road can endanger the lives of other people. He informed that under the new Motor Vehicle Act, a fine of up to 25,000 rupees can be imposed for driving vehicles under the age of 18 years and parents can be sentenced to jail for 1 to 3 months. DCP Traffic Rahul Prakash considered us the meaning of freedom and should behave in a disciplined manner. He urged the students to follow the traffic rules themselves and motivate their parents to follow the traffic rules.
DCP Traffic Rahul Prakash considered us the meaning of freedom and should behave in a disciplined manner.He urged the students to follow the traffic rules themselves and motivate their parents to follow the traffic rules.