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Help accident victims, don’t take their pics: Deputy commissioner


HUBBALLI: Citizens will have to assist the ones injured in highway injuries via moving them to hospitals instead of taking their pictures and videos, stated deputy commissioner Deepa cholan.
Speaking on the valedictory of the 30th National Road Safety Week organised via the District Road Safety Committee, district management, police and transport department right here on Monday, she stated that a new law offers prison coverage to just right Samaritans who assist twist of fate victims.

“Children will have to ask their family members, neighbours and others to follow visitors laws, save the life of all highway customers. Helmet and seat belt, zebra move, speed limit and visitors alerts will have to be followed,” she added.


Police commissioner M N Nagaraj stated if other people followed visitors laws, it decrease the choice of injuries. Around 400 deadly injuries took place and a tremendous of Rs 6 crore used to be gathered for visitors violation in Hubballi-Dharwad in 2018, he added.


Transport department additional commissioner Maruti Sambrani stated 1.47 lakh other people within the country die due to injuries yearly. Accident-free drivers of various departments and officers had been honoured at the occasion. Police commissioner M N Nagaraj used to be honoured with the Good Samaritan award for moving twist of fate victims in Dharwad to hospital. Prizes had been also disbursed to scholars who gained in drawing, slogan writing, poster making and different competitions.


DCP Ravindra Gadadi, RTO Ravindra Kavali, NWKRTC DC Vivekanand Vishwajna, and others had been provide.




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