DC seeks public cooperation in managing traffic problem

[ Karda Natam ]
NAHARLAGUN, May 6: Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner Prince Dhawan has sought active cooperation from the capital dwellers in solving the ever-growing traffic problem.
“Traffic problem will naturally increase with the improvement of living standard of the people, which cannot be solved without the cooperation of the public. The public must cooperate with the administration and police in managing the traffic problem by abiding by the traffic rules; refraining themselves from rash driving and haphazard parking in the marketplaces,” said Dhawan during a traffic awareness meeting here on Saturday.
He also highlighted the various strategies being planned by the administration to solve the traffic problem.
Superintendent of Police (Capital) Sagar Singh Khalsi said that placement of roadside various traffic signs can serve important purpose in guiding the users of the road.
He emphasized the importance of educating the public and the motorists about the traffic rules through awareness programmes.
Naharlagun SDPO Make Bui informed about various punishments for violators of traffic rules under the Motor Vehicle Act.
Earlier, president of Jikke Welfare Society, Jikke Tania spoke about the problems faced by the capital dwellers due to traffic issues in the twin capital towns of Itanagar and Naharlagun.
The road safety awareness meeting was organized by the Jikke Welfare Society.