STATE TIMES NEWS DODA: As a part of the 31st National Road Safety Week, Motor Vehicles Department Doda conducted Crown ceremony/rose gifting to embarrass traffic rule violators, besides felicitated the commuters who follow traffic rules with medals and sensitized the general public about traffic rules near clock tower, Main Chowk Dessa road and at Pul Doda road. On the occasion, Assistant Regional Transport Officer Doda, Er Kuldeep Singh along with DSP Traffic Pankaj and other concerned officials stressed upon the necessities of the road safety especially use of helmets or seat belts, no use of mobile phone while driving or on the road. The team conducted several roadside checks of vehicles, highlighted the dangers of poorly maintained vehicles besides imparted advice to drivers and general public to follow the traffic rules to avoid any kind of eventuality. Later at bus stand Bhaderwah, ASP in presence of SDPO and Tehsildar inaugurated a free medical health camp which was organized by the MVD Doda in collaboration with health department for the driver’s and conductor’s besides were also sensitized about the road safety week and exhorted upon them to wear seat belts as a safety measure and to follow all traffic rules strictly to ensure that no more accidents shall happen across the district in future. RAJOURI: Continuing with its efforts to encourage people to follow traffic rules during the ongoing 31st Road Safety Week, around 70 people, mostly volunteers, traversed across the city on their two-wheelers while driving home the message of traffic safety, especially the importance of wearing the helmet. The bike rally was organized by Motor Vehicle Department Rajouri in association with City Police as part of the traffic safety week. Deputy Commissioner Rajouri Mohammad Nazir Sheikh flagged off the rally in presence of Additional Superintendent of Police Liaqat Choudhary, Assistant Commissioner Revenue Mohd Ashraf, Assistant Regional Transport Officer Inzar Ahmed Rana, MVD inspector Rajeev Bhasin and Ward Councillor, Sanjay Sharma. The main aim of this rally was to educate people about road safety measures. The MVD also organized painting competition for school children at Delhi Public School Rajouri in collaboration with other schools. More than 100 students participated in the painting competition. Moreover Additional Superintendent of Police Liaqat Choudhary also flagged off the three wheeler auto awareness rally from the New Bus stand Rajouri, which after passing through public places finally culminated at New Bus stand Rajouri. Assistant Regional Transport Officer Inzar Ahmed Rana, Station House Officer Rajouri, Sameer Jillani ,Inspector MVD Rajeev Bhasin, officials of MVD and members of the unions were present on the occasion. A team of doctors from Health Department conducted medical check-up and eye check up of drivers and conductors of the Commercial vehicles at Nowshera which was organized by MVD in Association with health department. The camp was inaugurated by Additional Deputy Commissioner Nowshera Sukhdev Singh Samyal while Block Development Officer Chanderkant was also present on the occasion. KISHTWAR: While continuing with the activities in the chain of the 31st National Road Safety Week Motor Vehicle Department, Kishtwar organized a traffic awareness camp throughout the day at all major junctions in the Kishtwar town to sensitize citizens to obey traffic rules and regulations, besides felicitated the traffic rule followers with cup and cap for following traffic rules willingly. On the occasion, Motor Vehicle Inspector Azad Hussain along with staff of MVD Kishtwar stressed upon them to use seat belts and crash helmets besides no use of mobile phones which are the basic requirements while driving. SAMBA: Motor Vehicle Department Samba created tree of remembrance and launched Road Safety Pledge Signatory from G.D.C Samba. The program was inaugurated by Principal Government Degree College Dr G. S. Rakwal. Tree of Remembrance was created at college campus for generating awareness of safety equipments installed in vehicles. Speaking on the occasion, Principal of the College emphasized upon students to play pivotal rule in generating awareness about road safety. He further informed students about new penalties and punishment under amended Motor Vehicle ACT. Later leaflets on traffic rules, penalties and punishments were distributed among students. Speaking on the occasion ARTO Rehana Tabassam called for better enforcement of traffic rules and educating people about road awareness and emergency response to accident victims during golden hours. MVI Surinder briefed the students about each safety equipment installed on Remembrance Tree. Later on, First Responder Training Cum Health Chek up Camp for drivers was also inaugurated by Chief Medical Officer Samba Dr Rajinder Sambyal at Vijaypur. During the camp about 150 drivers participated and their routine B.P, Vision, Sugar Test be done. Special training to provide first aid to victim during golden hours was also demonstrated by Specialists.
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