Chandigarh

Punjab Governor asks Chandigarh Traffic police to be tough with the law breaking youngsters

Punjab News Express
CHANDIGARH : V.P. Singh Badnore, Governor Punjab and Administrator, Union Territory, Chandigarh has categorically asked the Chandigarh Traffic Police to be tough with the law breaking youngsters who drive vehicles in a careless manner and no traffic violator should be spared.

Addressing the people at the closing of 28th National Road Safety Week, Shri Badnore expressed concern over the rise in the accidental cases in the city in which mostly the teenagers are involved because of the drunken driving and carelessly driven vehicles. He has asked the Driving License Issuing Authority to minutely check and verify the antecedents before issuing the licenses especially to the youth who were being given the licenses first time after attaining the qualifying age.

The Governor has also urged the Chandigarh Police not to succumb to any pressures from anybody, including the senior officers, where catching up of the violators and law breakers are concerned.

The Administrator released the Calendar 2017 of the Chandigarh Traffic Police and presented the awards to the officers who have performed exceptionally well during week long celebrations of the Road Safety Week. He also enjoyed very emotive and thoughtful skit on the theme of drunken driving. He termed the skit not only a skit but a realistic situation which normally happens in the homes where parents yield to the irrational demands of their children. He urged the public to work in unison with the traffic police and co-operate them to reduce the crime in the city thereby making Chandigarh – a Real Safe City, free of all accidents.

The officers who were honoured at the function included, Dr. Iish Singhal, SSP, Mr. Krishan Kumar DSP Central, Mr. Rajiv Kumar DSP South, Mr. Yashpal Vinayak, DSP Administration, Inspector Mr. Dilsher Singh, Inspector Mr. Kapil Dev., Inspector Mr. Ashwani Kumar, Lady Inspector Mrs. Paramjit Sekhon and Inspector Mr. Ranjeet Singh Dhillon. He also gave away prizes to the winners of painting competitions which was held as a part of the week long celebrations of 28th National Road Safety Week. The students who were given awards are, Palak Garg, Manya, Sandeep and Consolation prize given to Rahneema Rani of Mauli Jagran(Senior Wing) awards were given to Anuksha, Nitika and Sanjna (Junior Wing).

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