Helmets presented to the grooms who brought the bride to the city
Publish Date: | Mon, Feb : PM (IST)
Khandwa (Naiduniya Representative). The police presented helmets to the grooms who brought their bride to the city. Bike drivers were being made aware by the traffic police for the use of helmets at Shivaji Chowk. Meanwhile, the police stopped the newly-wed couple riding two bikes. After this, helmets were given to both of them. Along with this, he advised to follow the traffic rules.
Under the Traffic Road Safety Week, the traffic police are being made aware of the bike drivers to use helmets. On Monday, around 5 pm, Subedar Devendra Singh Parihar and Nitin Nigwal of the traffic police station reached Shivaji Chowk along with the staff. Here the bike riders passing through the intersection without wearing a helmet were stopped. Both the officers advised the bike riders to ride bikes only by wearing helmets. Also tell about the benefits of using a helmet. Meanwhile, the policemen stopped the newly married couple of Bargaon Gurjar. After this, the husband was presented with a helmet. Similarly, a newly married couple of bike rider Bhogawan was also stopped. The groom driving the bike said that he got married a few days back. I have brought my bride to visit the city. Although this young man had a helmet, but the police gave him a helmet as it was of non-standard standard. The youth said that he rides a bike only wearing a helmet on the highway. He also thanked the policemen. In this way, the police have distributed more than five helmets at Shivaji Chowk. Khandwa MLA Devendra Verma and Pandhana MLA Ram Dangore have also joined the police this week and appealed to the people to follow the traffic rules.
Glasses given to bus and auto drivers
Free eye test camp was organized in the traffic police station. Here the eyes of bus, truck, tractor and auto drivers were examined. Subedar Devendra Singh Parihar said that after checking the eyes of hundred drivers, they were given drops. Along with this 70 spectacles were also distributed to the drivers by the doctors of the district hospital. This program took place under Traffic Road Safety Week.
cars removed from Shivaji Chowk
Kalamukhi Bus Stand located at Shivaji Chowk is to be shifted to the old DEO Office located at Lal Chowki. In this regard, the place allotted by Subedar Parihar and Subedar Nigwal was inspected on Monday. Due to less space at Shivaji Chowk, there is frequent jam situation. In view of this, Shivaji Chowk bus stand has to be shifted on the instructions of MLA Devendra Verma and Superintendent of Police Vivek Singh. In this harmony, on Monday, the traffic policemen removed the handcarts installed at Shivaji Chowk. Along with this, the bus owners were also informed about the installation of buses near the old DEO office located at Lal Chowki.
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