The Gautam Buddh Nagar police have issued challans in opposition to greater than 5,000 automobile drivers and motorists in Noida and Greater Noida within the final week for violating site visitors rules and street security norms. The motion was taken between May 19 and 27, in response to officers, on the orders of Police Commissioner Alok Singh, who was appearing on orders from Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to enhance site visitors security and scale back encroachment in public locations.
“E-challans were issued under the Motor Vehicles Act against 5,070 drivers who did not follow the traffic rules from May till May 27. The offenses included violating traffic rules like riding two-wheelers without helmets and four-wheelers without a seat belt, driving in the wrong lane, parking vehicles in no-parking zones, red light jumping, having faulty number plates, triple riding on two-wheelers, causing air pollution, noise pollution, etc.,” the police mentioned in a press release.
Besides this, the site visitors police additionally engaged within the removing of encroachments from roads and public locations through the interval, it famous.
Among outstanding places the place encroachment by auto-rickshaws and tempos was cleared had been LG Golchakkar, Durga Talkies Golchakkar, Kisan Chowk, Container Depot, Aichhar Chowk, Galgotia University, Dadri city, Sector-62, Botanical Garden, City Centre, Pari Chowk and Gaur City Square, the police mentioned.
As a part of the marketing campaign, the site visitors police continually sensitised most people, college college students and motorists relating to site visitors guidelines.
“Various packages have been organized by the site visitors police to observe the site visitors guidelines in any respect the essential locations, intersections, colleges and different locations of Gautam Buddh Nagar.
Awareness is being raised with the assistance of faculty college students. “Awareness rally is being taken out by the traffic police every day, and school students are being informed about traffic rules at the Commissionerate office in Sector-108,” the police mentioned.
With inputs from PTI