STATE TIMES NEWS RAJOURI: In order to curb the menace of traffic violations and strict implementation of new Motor Vehicle Act, Traffic Police Rural Jammu under the supervision of Mohan Lal Kaith, Sr. Superintendent of Police, Traffic Rural Jammu along with Mohd Zubair, Dy. SP Traffic Rajouri-Poonch and other subordinate traffic Police officers launched a joint special drive on Tuesday against the traffic violators particularly indulging in visible offences. During the special drive, 925 vehicles were Challaned and fine to the tune of Rs.8,85,000 has been imposed on the violators, as per the New Motor Vehicle Act. Moreover, 92 vehicles were also seized during special drive and handed over to concerned Police Stations. Further, the officer has also held a Darbar of Traffic Cops at Conference Hall Rajouri, in which DySP Traffic Rajouri-Poonch and concerned DTIs/SOs (T) and traffic jawans of District Rajouri have participated. During darbar, a special focus was given towards the welfare of jawans and directions have been passed to ensure proper discipline, accountability and transparency in traffic management system. The officers have been directed to ensure wearing of body worn camera while challaning and special stress be given towards the visible offences like overloading/without seat belts, use of mobile phone & crash helmets over speeding etc. They have also been directed to achieve the assigned targets in order to reduce the vehicular accidents in the area. The officer also stressed upon the violators to keep all the documents of their respective vehicles along with and get the same check at Traffic checking point/nakas and requested the owners of the vehicles, transporters and agents to extend their full co-operation to the traffic cops, so that a proper check over the violators is maintained. The general public, as a whole has to participate in this process and to take responsibility for hassle free movement of vehicles. He further said that the enforcement drive will go more stringent in the coming days and the violators will be dealt with an iron hand.
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