Traffic awareness programme held in Khammam
Assistant Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Sada Niranjan here on Thursday exhorted the youth to respect law.
Khammam: Assistant Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Sada Niranjan here on Thursday exhorted the youth to respect law.
He was speaking at the traffic awareness programme conducted for the students here at Chaithanya Junior College.
Sada Niranjan said the students have a bright future. He exhorted the students to behave responsibly. To create awareness among the students, who are the future citizens, about the rules and regulations of the traffic, the traffic awareness programme were being conducted.
The students, who are below 18 years should not drive the vehicles and if caught, action would be taken against the owners of the vehicles for allowing the minors to drive the vehicles, he warned.
Many road accidents that are taking place are due to lack of awareness on traffic rules. The people, who are driving the two wheelers must wear helmets and those who are driving four wheelers must wear seat belts for their own protection, the ACP said.
Overspeed driving, overtaking other vehicles, driving negligently and driving after consuming alcohol are some of the reasons for many road accidents that are taking place across the country and such things should be curbed, he added.
Traffic Inspector N Chitti Babu, College Principal Chandrashekar and the students were present at the programme