Road Safety: Importance and Need

Road Safety: Importance and Need

A seminar was organized in the premises of Shri Ram College of Law, whose topic was "Road Safety: Importance and Need". Inderjit Singh as the chief guest, Traffic Police Officer Muzaffarnagar, and Pushpendra Singh as other guests in the program. Officer, Traffic and Shalu Chowdhary, (Traffic Police) attended. The seminar was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by the guests. The college welcomed the guests by presenting them a bouquet.

Inaugurating the program, college spokesperson Ms. Aanchal Aggarwal said that everyone knows the importance of traffic in daily life, being responsible citizens of the country, it is the duty of all of us to be familiar with the traffic rules and follow them. . A step taken in the right direction for security is important for the life of a person's family and himself.

After this, ideas were also presented by the college students. Aayan Tyagi said that every day 415 people in the country lose their lives in road accidents, despite the achievements our traffic is deadly. Iqra said that to prevent accidents, it is necessary to mark black spots and put up signs in accident prone areas and unfit schools. The vehicle should not be operated. Tabassum said that it is necessary for the District Road Safety Committee to keep the details of the injured and action should be taken against the overloaded vehicles. Spokesperson Dr. Hina Gupta said that along with the development, we have developed means of transport, to keep the traffic smooth. Rules have been made. So that the journey is pleasant, if we violate these rules then we ourselves also face accidents. And also become the cause of accidents for others.

Chief Guest Mr. Inderjit Singh said that though India has set impressive targets to reduce road accident deaths and ensure road safety. But for the success of the strategy, effective implementation is necessary. Special guest Pushpendra Singh said that it is not enough to set targets to reduce the deaths in road accidents, but a dedicated approach is necessary to achieve the targets. Shalu Chowdhary, traffic police said that educating citizens about the impact of an accident on the next of kin of victims through public dialogue can help in reducing accidents.

Gratitude was expressed to the guests by presenting them with a memento, Principal of the college, Dr. Poonam Sharma expressed her gratitude to the guests. The program was conducted by spokesperson Ms. Aanchal Aggarwal. All the teachers and students of Shri Ram College of Law participated in this program. Speakers Mr. Sanjeev Tomar, Mrs. Sonia Gaur, Ms. Rakhi Dhilaur, Mr. Rammanupratap Singh, Ms. Akansha Tyagi, Ms. Goldie Tyagi, Dr. Hina Gupta, Ms. Preeti, Mr. Vinay Tiwari and Mr. Titralok Chand etc. contributed in the program.

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