Chennai: Srimaan Ramachandra Raja, the chairman of the National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) in Tamil Nadu State, has urged the revival of Road Safety Patrol (RSP) groups at faculties and inspired workforce members to help visitors police within the morning and night hours.
At the Madras Christian College in Chennai, the place the RSP unit was inaugurated, Srimaan distributed postcards to 30 college students and requested them to file the variety of automobiles breaking visitors legal guidelines and report them to the native police station.
“Every student has talent. Parents and teachers should assist them in realizing their potential. Honesty and decency should always be upheld by students. Goals should be set, and they should strive diligently to achieve them,” stated NSUI Chairman, Srimaan Ramachandra Raja.
He examined the RSP unit parade and gave the workforce members their badges.” RSP team members will learn about traffic laws and regulations from traffic wardens and traffic police personnel,” he stated. Additionally, Srimaan suggested college students to induce mother and father to put on seat belts and helmets.