Bengaluru students take oath for safer roads to mark National Road Safety Month

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14-01-2024

    From January 15 to February 14, the National Road Safety Month

    Aims to instill responsible road behavior among users to mitigate accidents

    Kanteerava stadium echoed with cheers as over 520 children took part

From January 15 to February 14, the National Road Safety Month aims to instill responsible road behaviors among users to mitigate accidents and minimize injuries or fatalities.

On the second Saturday of January, students from various schools, adorned in vibrant uniforms and badges, gathered at the Kanteerava outdoor stadium to mark the observance of Road Safety Month, organized by the state Transport Department and Bengaluru Traffic Police.

The stadium echoed with cheers as 520 children, including NCC cadets, scouts, guides, and bands, marched in 20 platoons around the venue. The stands were adorned with yellow signboards featuring road safety slogans like ‘Speed Thrills but Kills’ and ‘Safe Driving, Sane Driving.’

Present at the event were Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar, Home Minister G Parameshwara, Transport Minister Ramalinga Reddy, Shivajinagar MLA Rizwan Arshad, and Bengaluru City Police Commissioner B Dayananda.

Following their commitment to adhere to traffic rules, the dignitaries released a handbook titled “Molakeyalle Thiddiri,” intended for distribution to primary and secondary schools in the city. The handbook aims to raise awareness among schoolchildren about traffic rules and road safety.

Additionally, six traffic police officers, including sub-inspectors and constables from various traffic police stations, along with a traffic warden, were honoured for their outstanding service in traffic management.

Bengaluru students take oath for safer roads to mark National Road Safety Month

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    From January 15 to February 14, the National Road Safety Month

    Aims to instill responsible road behavior among users to mitigate accidents

    Kanteerava stadium echoed with cheers as over 520 children took part

From January 15 to February 14, the National Road Safety Month aims to instill responsible road behaviors among users to mitigate accidents and minimize injuries or fatalities.

On the second Saturday of January, students from various schools, adorned in vibrant uniforms and badges, gathered at the Kanteerava outdoor stadium to mark the observance of Road Safety Month, organized by the state Transport Department and Bengaluru Traffic Police.

The stadium echoed with cheers as 520 children, including NCC cadets, scouts, guides, and bands, marched in 20 platoons around the venue. The stands were adorned with yellow signboards featuring road safety slogans like ‘Speed Thrills but Kills’ and ‘Safe Driving, Sane Driving.’

Present at the event were Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar, Home Minister G Parameshwara, Transport Minister Ramalinga Reddy, Shivajinagar MLA Rizwan Arshad, and Bengaluru City Police Commissioner B Dayananda.

Following their commitment to adhere to traffic rules, the dignitaries released a handbook titled “Molakeyalle Thiddiri,” intended for distribution to primary and secondary schools in the city. The handbook aims to raise awareness among schoolchildren about traffic rules and road safety.

Additionally, six traffic police officers, including sub-inspectors and constables from various traffic police stations, along with a traffic warden, were honoured for their outstanding service in traffic management.

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