Lectures, awareness programmes and health checkup held

Central Chronicle News
Bhilai, Jan 30: On the 13th day of 32nd Road Safety Month, District Traffic Police organised multifarious events for spreading awareness about traffic rules. DSP (Traffic) Gurjeet Singh delivered a lecture on the topic at HRD Centre of Bhilai Steel Plant.
A total of 115 executives of Bhilai Steel Plant attended this session. With the help of Power Point Presentation, DSP Gurjeet Singh detailed about the traffic rules, what we should keep in mind before driving, etc.
He answered to the queries of the executives. Towards the conclusion of the programme, the executives were administered oath by DSP Singh. They pledged to follow all the traffic rules and urge the family members and friends to drive cautiously and obey traffic rules. Head Constable Rajamani Singh and Constable Tilak Sahu were present during the programme.
On the other hand, the Anjore Rath as well as the troop of BSP visited various villages for spreading awareness. The programmes were held at villages Tarra, Loharsi and Motipur.
BSP employees from SMS-02 and SMS-3 including Hemant Jagat, Rajesh Verma, Pramod Namdev, KK Badasore and Praveen staged street plays and detailed the people about the petty mistakes that cause road accidents.
A short movie related to traffic rules was screened on the LED screen of Anjor Rath. Four e-rickshaws moved across urban areas of the district for promotion of traffic awareness.
Jail Guards visited the traffic exhibition at Gurudwara Triangle in Nehru Nagar. Heath and Eye Checkup camp was organised here during which 57 traffic jawans and 12 auto-rickshaw drivers were examined.
Eight of them were advised to use spectacles. The camp was conducted by Dr Mukesh Sharma, Mohammad Riyazuddin Sheikh, Rajendra Diwan and Yuvraj Yadav of Durg District Hospital.
Apart from this, traffic police intercepted 250 drivers who were found violating the traffic rules. They were made to sign bonds with promise of obeying the traffic rules in future. Warning letters were also pasted on their vehicles.

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