Rajendra reviews traffic management
Seeks Strict Enforcement Of Laws For Effective Regulation
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 11: Director General of Police K. Rajendra Kumar Monday called for a comprehensive mechanism to bring about improvements in traffic management across Jammu and Kashmir. He sought strict enforcement of traffic rules to avoid road accidents and traffic jams.
Rajendra was addressing senior police officers’ meeting at Traffic Police Headquarters here today. The meeting was convened to review the functioning of traffic system in the state and to bring improvements therein.
Rajendra asked traffic police officials to utilize the available resources effectively to strengthen traffic management.
“Formulation of a comprehensive policy and strict enforcement of Motor Vehicle Act would definitely yield desired results to minimize the difficulties of people caused due to traffic jams and road accidents,” he said.
He said better awareness about traffic rules would help in effective regulation.
In his power point presentation on functioning of traffic police, Inspector General of Police (Traffic), Muneer Ahmed Khan said that the traffic personnel have made strenuous efforts to implement traffic rules in the state.
“A campaign has already been started to penalize drivers and bikers violating the rules,” he said. “In the twin capital cities alternate routes have been adopted to avoid jams during the peak hours and traffic signal systems at various junctions have produced good results.”
Expressing his satisfaction over the functioning of traffic signals, Rajendra said that they would be installed at all the identified junctions and people would be made aware to follow them.
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