Gwalior (Pavan Paruthi) To make the traffic system of the city smooth and orderly, a meeting of Gwalior city police officers was held today by Superintendent of Police Gwalior Shri Rajesh Singh Chandel, BHP, and ASP City (East/Crime/Traffic) Hrishikesh Meena, IPS. . In which ASP (North) Amrit Meena, ASP (Central) Akhilesh Rainwal, ASP (West) Gajendra Singh Vardhaman, CSP Lashkar Shiaz KM, IPS, and DSP Traffic Ajit Singh Chauhan, CSP, city police station in-charge, and traffic police officers. Be present.
In the meeting, Superintendent of Police Gwalior directed the officers present that everyone’s participation is necessary to make the traffic in the city smooth and orderly. On this occasion, he said that places should be identified for paid parking in the city and left turns should be kept free at intersections so that traffic flows smoothly. By running a campaign, disciplinary action should be taken against those driving rogue side vehicles, and action should also be taken through CCTV by identifying such vehicles that are driving rogue side vehicles.
He said that road marking should be done with the help of the municipal corporation. The traffic police officers on duty must do video recording during checking so that they can present their side in a dispute. Auto drivers should also be instructed to wear the prescribed uniform and badge. At the time of entry, no heavy vehicle of any kind should enter the city. By running a special campaign, reflectors should be installed behind the tractor trolley so that accidents can be avoided during fog. Four-wheelers parked on the roads in the city should be parked in multilevel and other designated parking spaces, and it should also be seen that unnecessary buses are not parked on the roads and should be parked inside the designated bus stands.
Under the traffic campaign being run in compliance with the Honorable Court, effective action should be taken against two-wheeler drivers who do not wear helmets, and they should be motivated to wear helmets. Apart from this, disciplinary action should be taken against four-wheeler drivers who do not wear seat belts. Apart from this, it has often been seen that some policemen are also driving vehicles without helmets or seat belts; it should be ensured that effective curbs are also put on these. In the meeting, SP Gwalior said that it is necessary to make special efforts for traffic management at bus stands, railway stations, and major markets in Gwalior city. It should also be ensured that traffic jams do not arise at public places and major roads in the city. For this, effective action should be taken by coordinating with the concerned police station in-charge along with the traffic police. Police officers and employees should maintain decency during vehicle checks.