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Delhi Police Issue Traffic Advisory Ahead Of Holi

Delhi Traffic Police appealed to all motorists to avoid drunken driving, over speeding, riding without a helmet and driving in the wrong carriageway among other violations.Delhi: Special checking teams with alcometers will be deployed at major intersections and vulnerable points to detect and prosecute traffic violations on the day of Holi.

Delhi Police Issue Traffic Advisory Ahead Of Holi

Traffic Advisory Ahead Of Holi

Delhi Traffic Police has made elaborate traffic arrangements to ensure the safety of motorists on roads on the festival of Holi which will be celebrated on March 10, 2020. Traffic police personnel will check instances of drunken driving, over-speeding, reckless driving, zig-zag driving, dangerous driving, red light jumping, triple riding, driving by minor, driving/riding without a helmet, and performing stunts on two-wheelers among other violations.

Over 170 traffic pickets and the district police will be deployed to ensure a peaceful and safe Holi celebration on Tuesday, they said. Delhi traffic police will also deploy around 1,600 staff for the purpose.

special checking teams in Holi

On Tuesday, special checking teams with alcometers will be deployed at major intersections and vulnerable points to detect and prosecute traffic violations. Special Traffic Police checking teams with interceptors along with Police Control Room (PCR) Vans and local police teams will be stationed on various roads and at strategic locations/intersections all over Delhi to check drunken driving and red light jumping among other violations. Interceptors will be deployed at various vulnerable roads to check incidences of over-speeding.

Delhi Police to deploy 1,600 traffic personnel to ensure safe Holi for motorists

As per the directions issued by the Supreme Court Committee on Road Safety, in cases of drunken driving, red light jumping, using a mobile phone while driving, dangerous driving and over speeding, driving license will also be seized and liable for suspension for a period of minimum three months.

Action will also be taken against the registered owners of vehicles whose vehicles are found to be driven by minors/unauthorized persons, performing stunts, driving without a license etc.

Delhi Traffic Police also appealed to all motorists to avoid traffic violations especially drunken driving, over speeding, triple riding, riding without a helmet and driving in the wrong carriageway. They urged parents to not allow minors to drive vehicles.

“All motorists are advised to obey traffic rules and regulations and follow the directions of the traffic policemen on duty for their safety as well as the safety of other road users,” the advisory added.

Supreme Court Committee

As per the directions of the Supreme Court Committee on Road Safety, in cases of drunken driving, red light jumping, using a mobile phone while driving, dangerous driving and over speeding, driving licenses will be seized and could be suspension for a minimum period of three months. Action will also be initiated against the registered owners of vehicles driven by minors/unauthorized persons who are caught performing stunts or driving without a license.

Delhi Traffic Police appealed to all motorists to avoid traffic violations, especially drunken driving, over-speeding, triple riding, riding without a helmet, and driving in the wrong carriageway. Parents should not allow their minors to drive vehicles and all motorists are advised to obey traffic rules and regulations and follow the directions of the traffic policemen on duty for their safety as well as the safety of other commuters, an official with the Delhi Traffic Police said.


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