Nagpur : The Lions Club of Nagpur Victory in joined hands with the Nagpur Traffic Police to observe Traffic safety and Awareness week. The programmes were organised with to bridge the gap between police and public (school & college going youth in particular) and also to sensitize them about the importance of road traffic rules and it’s safety features.
Total number of school and colleges from across the city that took part in the event was eighteen. Speaking at the opening session in Anjuman College of Engineering and Technology, The Dy. Commissioner of Police Mr. Raj Tilak Roushan elucidated that whatever a child learns at this stage is an investment that will result in long term gains hence parents and teachers should take up the responsibility of instilling correct values in their minds by being the role models themselves. If they learn something from school and disseminate the message at the family level it will have a tremendous impact on them.
Praveen Sharan, Lions Club Secretary, illustrated that in four days of Road Traffic awareness campaign around 5000 students and eighteen (18) schools & colleges have administered an oath by RSP Traffic .
On Feb 6, more than 500 college & school going students who had registered to volunteer for Traffic awareness campaign, assembled at the Office of Dy. Commissioner of police (DCP) where they took an oath to comply with Traffic norms. The young enthusiasts had a photo session with Nagpur Traffic Police Mr. Raj Tilak Roushan.
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