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JAMMU: Traffic Police Rural on Friday launched special drive against traffic violators and realized more than Rs 2 lakh fine from the violators.
Traffic Police Rural Jammu under the supervision of SSP Traffic Rural Mohan Lal Kaith along with Behari Lal, DySP Traffic Samba-Kathua and Mohammad Rafiq, DySP Traffic Rajouri-Poonch and other subordinate officers launched a joint special drive against traffic violators particularly indulging in visible offences. During the special drive, a total of 510 vehicles were Challaned and fine to the tune of Rs 2,10,500 has been realized from the violators. Moreover, four vehicles were also seized during special drive and handed over to concerned police station.
Traffic Police Rural Jammu in collaboration with concerned district administration has barricaded Vijaypur Chowk in order to avoid the traffic congestion and vehicular accidents.
Kaith urged the general public to follow the route for Ramgarh town from Nirankari Ashram cut towards Vijaypur Chowk and then Ramgarh town in order to ensure hassle free vehicular movement. Besides, a number of vehicles have been booked under various visible offences like driving without DL use of mobile phone while driving, without crash helmet, overloading, triple riding, over speeding, etc. in which innocent human lives are directly involved. Moreover, all the field officers have been directed for having zero tolerance for the violators indulging in without wearing crash helmet rash driving, without seat belt, overloading as well as other visible offences.
Moreover, he stressed upon the violators to keep all the documents of their respective vehicles alongwith and get the same check at traffic checking point/Nakas. He also briefed 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 SSP Traffic Rural Jammu requested the general public to follow the traffic rules for their own safety. 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 enforcement drive will get more stringent in coming days.
Traffic Police Rural launches special drive against violators, realises Rs 2 lakh as fine
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