TRAFFIC POLICE TO START AWARNESS DRIVE IN PANCHKULA, HARYANA

RISE OF TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS-

As more and more relaxations are been given by the state and central government governments, more and more people are seen outside. But, the number of traffic violations is also increasing rapidly. The traffic police department has reported that as the process of unlocking is moving forward the number of challans issued is also increasing.

The traffic police departments throughout the country are taking various measures to help curb the rise in traffic violations.

SPECIAL DRIVE AGAINST TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS-

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The traffic police department in Panchkula, Haryana has announced the launch of a drive conducted by them to make the city a horn-free zone.

  • They said that a challan will be issued against the violators and a fine of Rs 10,000 will also be charged for such violations.
  • Many measures are taken by the traffic department to ensure that the public is following the rules. CCTV cameras are installed in different areas in Panchkula to supervise the traffic in the city.
  • The police said that a special drive is going on against motorists who are not wearing helmets and seatbelts.
  • A total of 110 challans were issued against such motorists on Wednesday alone.
  • There are a number of people who drive on the wrong side of the road to avoid driving two to three kilometers for a U-turn.
  • Such offenses are captured on the CCTV cameras are the traffic police are making sure that such offenders are fined and challaned.

In an interview, Inspector Sukhdev Singh mentioned details about the drive that the police department in Panchkula is conducting. He also mentioned that these drives are conducted so that people wear seatbelts and helmets and follow traffic rules not to save themselves from fines, but to ensure the safety of their lives.

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