- Something like 825 individuals had lost their lives in 782 mishaps that occurred in the city over the most recent five years.
- Among these, no less than 397 individuals were going on bikes without wearing caps at the hour of the mishap.
The state bureau serves Chhagan Bhujbal dispatched a – ‘no cap, no petroleum’ drive in the city as a feature of the 75th Independence Day festivities.
Bhujbal inaugurated the drive:
Bhujbal, who is the watchman priest of the locale, initiated the drive at Sadbhavana police petroleum siphon on Gangapur Road in Nashik. He encouraged workers to keep traffic rules for security reasons, including wearing head protectors when taking their bikes out.
The points minister highlighted:
The pastor featured that somewhere around 825 individuals had lost their lives in 782 mishaps that occurred in the city over the most recent five years.
Among the 825 who died, 467 were bike riders though 397 of these were going without wearing caps at the hour of the mishap.
All petrol stations in the city have to install CCTV cameras:
Bhujbal likewise coordinated all petroleum siphons in the city to introduce CCTV cameras for reconnaissance and to guarantee that any client not wearing a cap ought not to be given the assistance of topping off fuel in their vehicles.
Those spurning the standard will likewise be fined by the specialists. Nashik police chief Deepak Pandey repeated that all petroleum siphons in the city should guarantee that they don’t offer petroleum to any suburbanite not holding fast to the standard of wearing a cap.
‘no helmet, no petrol’ drive enhances an excellent model:
Pandey added that collaboration from individuals and concerned specialists would guarantee that the ‘no protective cap, no petroleum’ drive turns into a commendable model for the whole country.
The clergyman likewise dispersed 2,053 protective caps among police faculty to set a model for the residents by wearing caps are on whole occasions when outside.
7.67 crore challans have been issued:
Elsewhere in the world, association transport serves Nitin Gadkari as of late educated that administration authorities have given more than 7.67 crore challans for petty criminal offences the nation over in the 23 months since the new Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019 was executed.