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Road Safety Committee meeting held in Sehore: Proposal sent to government to construct four flyover on Indore-Bhopal highway

Road Safety Committee meeting held in Sehore: Proposal sent to government to construct four flyover on Indore-Bhopal highway

The meeting of the District Road Safety Committee in Sehore was held in the Collectorate Hall under the chairmanship of Collector Chandra Mohan Thakur. In the meeting, the Collector directed the police, transport and all the concerned departments to take coordinated action to prevent road accidents. SP Mayank Awasthi, District Transport Officer Ritesh Tiwari and other members of the Road Safety Committee were present in the meeting. The meeting informed that the district had the first 16 black spots. There has been a decrease of 6 black spots in the form of action to reduce black spots. In the case of black spot, the first Sehore district was second in the state, due to continuous action, the district is now 11th in the state in the case of black spot. In the meeting, the official of Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation said that a proposal has been sent to the government to construct flyover on hundreds of joints, Bilkisganj joints, Crisent intersection and Jawar joint. As soon as the road from Kolipura and Crisent intersection to inside the city, the road has been sent to the government. Will be built. It was informed in the meeting that from the month of January 2022, action has been taken against 136 drivers driving at high speed. The names of two persons helpful to help the person crashed during the accident have been proposed for the Good Samaritan Awards. The Collector has set up high masks at the Crisent intersection to reduce the accidents, as well as all the fourths Instructed to install reflectors. He also instructed to run awareness programs in schools. He instructed to set up eye test camps for eye testing of vehicles drivers. The minor children directed to take the challan action by continuous checking to prevent driving the vehicle. Apart from this, instructions were also given to revoke the license of drivers who repeatedly violate traffic rules. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website following following Follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 3:11 am
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