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7 August, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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Strict enforcement of traffic rules stressed

BSS

RAJSHAHI: High police officials at a post-rally street-corner meeting unanimously observed that strict enforcement of traffic rules besides creating wide-ranging mass-awareness could be the crucial means of freeing the society from road accidents, reports BSS.

They mentioned that the country experiences many road accidents every year claiming scores of lives and injuring many others. The total loss of properties in the accidents is estimated huge money.

They made this observation while inaugurating the traffic week-2018 at Shaheb Bazar Zero Point under Boalia Police Station in the city on Sunday. Traffic Division of Rajshahi Metropolitan Police (RMP) organised the meeting titled “Road Safety and raising of mass-awareness”.

Large number of police officials and members, public in general and students and scouts from various schools and colleges joined the programme.

RMP Commissioner Hafiz Akter, Deputy Commissioners Amir Jafar, Anirban Chakma, Joynal Abedeen and Alamgir Hossain and Senior Assistant Commissioner Ufte Khayer Alam, among others, addressed the meeting.

Hafiz Akter says utmost importance should be given on enhancing drivers’ skills, awareness on traffic law and tendency to obey law among the public in general for road safety.

There is no alternative to awareness to prevent road accidents which create grave concern. Enhancement of competence and awareness of the professional drivers and others concerned is very important to this end. If the drivers drive their vehicles carefully the existing number of road accidents could be reduced to a greater extent.

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