Soon the crossroads without traffic violations | Coimbatore News
Coimbatore: The city’s police commissioner, Pradip Kumar, set up a junction system without traffic violations on Wednesday.
“A stretch of road or a crossroads, where the cops will not allow traffic violations, will be selected to implement the program. They will erect a shamiana at the chosen location. People who do not wear helmets and seat belts, and those who accelerate, drive three times and engage in drunk driving will be booked and kept in the shamiana, where the cops will inform them of the importance of following the traffic rules, ”he told TOI on Thursday. .
The city’s chief policeman said his vision was an accident-free city. “With the help of the NGO Uyir, middle and high school students, various associations and other NGOs, we will carry out mass awareness programs in the city to make people aware of the importance of following the rules of the circulation. Every life is precious. So motorists must follow the rules. Otherwise, they will be reserved.
Kumar, who took office as the town’s police commissioner on November 20, has taken various steps to curb traffic violations. “Our ultimate goal is to implement intelligent traffic enforcement by educating violators. “
The city’s traffic police, meanwhile, launched the program at Nava India and Chinthamani intersections in the past two days. The city police commissioner visited the Chinthamani area in person on Thursday and briefed the traffic violators.
Kumar held a meeting with police above the rank of deputy commissioner on Wednesday and gave them 10 days to stamp out the illegal sale of ganja, lottery and gutka in the city. “After that, my special teams will carry out surprise checks in the city. If they seize contraband items, the relevant Deputy Commissioner of Police will bear the consequences. “