Udaipur Police to start a strict and sudden vehicle checking. This is especially going to happen every Tuesday! This checking will be carried out by the police in unison with the Department of Transportation (परिवाहन विभाग). Meanwhile, riders will bear heavy challans for not having two-wheeler licenses, vehicle RC papers, and helmets.
This decision was taken at the District Level Road Safety Meeting held at the District Collectorate (जिला कलक्ट्रेट) on Wednesday, 9th Jan 2019. Additional District Collector Sanjay Kumar, Regional Transport Officer Mannalal Rawat, District Transport Officer Dr. Kalpana Sharma, Akshay Vishnoi, Nitin Bohra, Traffic Deputy Superintendent Ratan Chawla were present in the meeting.
Due to the increase in the number of deaths caused by accidents, the ADM (city) expressed concern for the same in the meeting and reached to a conclusion that the district police and transport department will jointly take actions against two-wheelers without helmets. Further, on every Tuesday the police shall make special checks for RC papers and licenses etc.
As this is the 30th National Road Safety Week even the Education Department is going to help the police and district administration. To educate people especially the youth about road safety measures the Education Department will organize essay, poetry and poster slogan competitions from 14th to 19th January 2019 in all the secondary and higher secondary schools of the district. The top 100 participants at the district level will be honored during the 30th National Road Safety Week.