DC, SP meet wardens on better traffic management

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: A coordination meeting was held on Wednesday at the state banquet hall with the Itanagar traffic wardens to review the working of the wardens as well as to discuss modalities to better the traffic management in the Capital Complex.
Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner Prince Dhawan stressed upon the traffic wardens to follow the ‘Code of Conduct’ as issued by the district administration to ensure they work with discipline and order.
He also termed the traffic wardens as “the most important” in facilitating traffic management in the Capital Complex.
He informed that proposal for a community radio is also in the pipeline to ensure better coordination amongst the traffic wardens.
He stressed that proper leave permission is to be sought by the traffic wardens to ensure that the traffic system is not disturbed by their absence. He also asked them to refrain from engaging themselves in mobile phones during duty hours and urged them to obey the orders of their in-charge officers.
Capital Superintendent of Police M Harsha Vardhan asked the traffic wardens to take ownership of their work and to give their best.
He stressed “every individual has some problem but one should learn to differentiate between problems and duties as negligence to duty is not the solution and one should learn to work responsibly.” He also stressed on proper leave management system.
The SP further informed that one traffic warden would be selected every month as ‘best performing’ and will be awarded cash prize of Rs 1,000.
He hoped that the traffic wardens will now work with more zeal and enthusiasm.
Itanagar-Capital Complex ADC, Talom Dupak also asked the traffic wardens to work with sincerity and dedication, and to report without fear if they face any kind of threat while discharging their duties. He also urged them not to compromise with the nature of their work.
Itanagar Traffic OC N Angu briefed about the traffic deployment plan.
Later, the DC and the SP handed over trophy along with certificates to the three best performing traffic wardens, namely Yowa Raja, Tagong Hayi and Jitu Neog, on the basis of their performances.
Earlier, SDO Sangeeta Yirang urged the traffic wardens to work sincerely and dedicatedly.
During the programme, jackets were also provided to the wardens under the ‘Arunachal Rising’ campaign. (DIPRO)