Home Minister BalaBachchan has said that a road safety action plan should be prepared for each district to prevent road accidents. He said that third party audit should be conducted after improvement of road safety audit at the black spot. ShriBachchan was presiding over the meeting of the State Road Safety Council today.Were. In the meeting held in the Ministry, Mr. Bachchan has said that district level implementation committee and council meeting should be regular. He said that it has been seen that more accidents have occurred between 6 to 9 in the evening and between 12 to 6 in the night. For this, road side sleeping / resting places should be developed for heavy drivers on the highway. Due to this, the driver who has come out for a long distance will reduce the chances of getting a nap in the night and accidents can be curbed.
road safety action plan should be prepared for each district.
Mr. Bachchan has said that the nodal agencies should carry out their work. He said that there is a need to work on war footing on innovations in terms of road safety. In rural areas, the lack of awareness should be made to follow traffic rules. Road Construction Agency should take necessary measures for road improvement before November and work to prevent accidents by adopting measures to prevent accidents.ShriBachchan also asked to issue necessary guidelines regarding unauthorized parking of vehicles. He said that local bodies can play an important role in efforts to keep cattle off the road. For this, Nagar Panchayat and urban bodies should try from the local level. ShriBachchan has said that the work of putting radium, reflectors, etc. on tractor trolley, trucks etc. should be continued.
It was told that this year Katni, Alirajpur, Bhind, Ashoknagar and Shahdol have given better results to reduce accidents. During the road safety and awareness campaign, 3 lakh 70 thousand 436 students were made aware of traffic by conducting 4088 awareness programs. The meeting discussed the situation of Madhya Pradesh on the basis of information on road accidents in the country, numerical analysis of road accidents in the state, review of information received on accidents and action plans and suggestions for reduction of road accidents. Principal Secretary Home SN Mishra, Transport Commissioner ShailendraShrivastava and Special Director General of Police Mahan Bharat Sagar were present in the meeting.