Raipur. In view of the increasing road accidents in the capital Raipur, a special checking campaign is being run by the Traffic Police Raipur with the aim of preventing accidents and ensuring that drivers follow safety measures (helmet and seat belt). The police is going to intensify action in the coming days against those who ride two-wheelers without helmets and four-wheelers without wearing seat belts on the ring road that roars through the city.
Let us tell you that like in the main city, in view of the increasing number of accidents in Naya Raipur too, to prevent them, traffic police officers and employees have set up checking points at all the entry routes of Naya Raipur and are running a campaign against drivers without helmets and without seat belts. Action will be taken. During this special campaign, common people can also WhatsApp the traffic police helpline number 9479191234 by taking a photo of the driver not wearing a helmet or seat belt, in which the name of the complainant will not be disclosed. In such a complaint, it will be necessary to mention the vehicle number, name of the place and time along with the photo.
Most deaths occur due to not wearing helmet and seat belt
It is noteworthy that the number of deaths in road accidents is highest among two-wheeler drivers, the main reason for which is serious head injury due to not wearing a helmet. For which the Traffic Police Raipur has been running a helmet public awareness campaign for the past many years, appealing to the two-wheeler drivers to wear helmets while driving, but due to the indifference of the drivers towards wearing helmets, they die without any reason during road accidents. Are getting absorbed into the cheeks.
Similarly, in order to prevent cases of fatal deaths during road accidents as a result of carelessness in wearing seat belts by four-wheeler (car) drivers, the Traffic Police Raipur has issued a warning to the two-wheeler drivers without helmets and those who do not wear seat belts. Realizing the need for a special campaign against the drivers driving four wheelers, from Serikhedi to Telibandha Chowk and in Ring Road No. 1 (from Telbandha to Tatibandh Chowk) and Ring Road No. 2 (from Tatibandh Chowk to Bhanpuri Chowk) passing through the city. Checking action will be taken by running a special campaign till.
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