Gwalior (Pavan Paruthi) On January 9, 2024, 140 school buses, autos, and vans were checked, necessary explanations were given, and challan action was taken against 79 challans for driving vehicles without seat belts and 87 challans for driving two-wheelers without helmets under the Motor Vehicle Act. Went. Traffic Police Gwalior is taking effective action by running a campaign against those who violate the Motor Vehicle Act. In the same sequence, on the instructions of Superintendent of Police Gwalior Mr. Rajesh Singh Chandel, BHP, and Additional Superintendent of Police City (East Traffic) Mr. Hrishikesh Meena, BHP, traffic police, under the guidance of DSP Traffic Gwalior Mr. Ajit Singh Chauhan, increased traffic in Gwalior district.
With the aim of reducing road accidents, school bus auto schoolvans were checked at various intersections in the city, and it was explained that children should not be carried more than the capacity of the vehicle and that drivers should use seat belts while driving.In order to reduce the increasing death rate due to road accidents in the district, the traffic police inspected the intersections of the city, namely Vivekananda intersection, Akashvani intersection, Rajmata intersection, Gola Ka Mandir intersection, D.D. School bus autos and vans were checked at Nagar Chouraha, Baradari Chouraha, Shinde Ki Chhawni, Padma Tiraha, and Guda-Gudi ka Naka, and instructions were given not to carry more passengers than the capacity of the vehicle and to use seat belts while driving.
In which about 140 school bus autos or vans were checked. During the said action, 87 challans were issued against those driving two-wheelers without helmets and 79 challans against those who did not use seat belts while driving four-wheelers. To make traffic smooth and safe, the traffic police are checking vehicles every day at various places in the city so that road accidents can be reduced.
In the said proceedings, Police Station Incharge Traffic Gola Temple Dhananjay Sharma, Police Station Incharge Traffic Jhansi Road Pramod Sahu, Police Station Incharge Traffic Kampu Abhishek Raghuvanshi, and Traffic Inspector Other officers and employees should be involved.