Traffic cop spends from pocket to install road signs

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Traffic cop spends from pocket to install road signs

Thursday, 06 December 2018 | Staff Reporter | Baikunthpur

With ever increasing road accidents, a policeman deputed with Traffic Department here is holding awareness programmes on traffic rules.

Mahesh Mishra has installed traffic sign boards in all the government colleges, so that students can learn about traffic signs .

He had also paid the total expense involved in installation of road signs from his pocket.

Additional to it, the policeman holds special camps in schools and colleges to create awareness among the youth on road signs and is motivating them to follow the traffic rules for safe driving.

Mishra said, “My aim is to keep the road safety in mind for all and reduce accidents. If a person drives having knowledge of all traffic rules and signs, he will not violate traffic rules.”

He with help of citizens fills the potholes mostly found near squares and is also ensuring that the injured after accidents are provided basic medical treatment.

Mishra said, “The School Education Department should include a chapter on traffic signs and rules in school curriculum.”

He feels that with traffic rules taught in syllabus, it will in a way help the children to learn the traffic rules and signs to curb accidents.

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