Road safety personnel were sworn in on the birthday of leader Subhash Chandra Bose.
Azamgarh- As part of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s birth anniversary and Road Safety Month (Road Safety Jeevan Raksha), students of various schools of the district, NCCNSS cadets along with all district officers today at Civil Line, Agrasan Square. And around the Collectorate. The human chain of road safety is made by employees and public. On this occasion, Additional District Magistrate Administration Anil Kumar Mishra administered road safety oath to the current students and general public.
During the program, the Additional District Magistrate administration took an oath that “We pledge that we will always obey the road traffic rules and while riding two wheelers for safe travel, we will wear BIS standard helmets for ourselves and the individual and Will wear. Sitting behind.” Always wear a seat belt when driving a four-wheeler. Lane driving rules will be followed. Do not drive at high speed. Do not drive in the wrong direction. Do not use mobile phone while driving. Do not drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Will always be ready to help those injured in road accidents. The kids are waiting at home, so I will always drive safely and carefully.
The Additional District Magistrate administration said that the main objective of the human chain formed here today is to follow the instructions given by the government, to educate the general public as well as the youth on how to follow and avoid traffic rules. have to do Road accidents and students have to be informed. He asked the students to follow the oath taken by all of us on this day and inform our parents, family members and local people about the traffic rules, so as to reduce road accidents as well as death rate. can also be reduced. Accidents can be reduced.
On the occasion of the program, the police department said that traffic has become an inevitable part of life today. Our little carelessness leads to major accidents which directly affects not only the life of a person but also affects that person’s family and nation. He urged all the people and students present there to obey the traffic rules while driving. Similarly, people were made aware of the traffic rules by forming human chains in all the tehsils/blocks and various schools of the district.
Along with this, Divisional Transport Officer Ramraksh Sonkar encouraged the students participating in the human chain and made them aware of road safety.
DAV College, Agrasin Mahila PG College, Government Girls Inter College Azamgarh, Azamgarh Public School, Sarode Inter College, Children’s College, Pratibha Niketan, Central Public School, GD Global, HMPS, Fatima Students from inter-college and other schools participated. attended.
Dr. RN Chaudhary, Divisional Transport Officer (Enforcement), Public Works Department and other concerned officers besides principals and teachers/teachers of various schools were present on the occasion.