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Traffic awareness program held at Vijaya Vittala College

Vijaya Vittala composite PU College in association with CREDIT-I, an NGO organised a Traffic Awareness programme at Vijaya Vittala PU College auditorium recently.

Nage Gowda, Inspector, KR Traffic Police Station inaugurated the programme and said: “Traffic is one of the world’s largest public health problems. Overspeeding and violation of traffic rules by youngsters have increased the number of accidents and deaths and it is important for the parents to take care of their wards and guide them in the right path”.

He further said that accidents were mainly due to negligence and could be reduced by safe driving and abiding by traffic rules. He advised the students to use bicycles instead of high-end motorbikes.

Circle inspector of Saraswathipuram Police Station K C Poovaiah who was the chief guest said that accidents were increasing rapidly not only due to rash and negligent driving but also because of unscientific and ill-governing of traffic rules. “It is a duty of every rider/driver, vehicle owner and pedestrian to follow proper road discipline to avoid accidents,” he said.

Jayaprakash, Sub-Inspector (Traffic), Kuvempunagar Police Station also spoke. Ramesh ASI, KR Traffic Police Station gave a lecture on road safety. H Satyaprasad, principal of the college, presided. Dr M P Varsha, Mr Rahul Dayalu and Anitha Ramesh of Credit-I were present.

Vijaya Vittala Composite PU College, in association with CREDIT-I, organised a traffic awareness programme recently, Circle inspector of Saraswathipuram Police Station K C Poovaiah, Inspector, KR Traffic Police Station Nage Gowda, Sub-Inspector (Traffic), Kuvempunagar Police Station Jayaprakash, college principal H Satyaprasad and ASI, KR Traffic Police Station Ramesh were present.

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