Traffic Police and SA Students Present Street play on Road Safety ‘Jana Jagrati’

Spread the love

Traffic Police and SA Students Present Street play on Road Safety ‘Jana Jagrati’

Mangaluru: To mark the Road Safety week, a street play “Jana Jagrati was presented by the MSW students of St Aloysius College along with the traffic West police station, at the Service Bus stand, State Bank here on January 17.

The street play was inaugurated by the ACP Traffic Tilak Chandra. Addressing the gathering Tilak Chandra said, “Today the students are bringing awareness to the public on road safety and on how to be cautious while riding two-wheelers or driving other vehicles. This should not be limited for a day or a week, we need to follow the traffic rules in our day-to-day life. Life is very precious and we all should take care. Negligence, while driving or riding, will lead to tragedy and disaster.”

ACP Tilak Chandra further said, “To bring awareness to the public we have organized various programmes throughout the week. Through the street play, we are trying to educate the general public. People should co-operate with us and follow the traffic rules,” he stressed.

Students from St Aloysius college presented a skit on road safety. Traffic Inspector Mohan Kottari, SI Rudrappa, ASI Vasanth, Manikanta, Santosh Padil and team were also present.

Watch Video


Spread the love

1 Comment

  1. I believe the people who use buses from the State Bank Service Bus Stand should in turn bring awareness sense to the Mangalore Municipality, the Traffic Dept, and the Public Works Dept., so those in authority in these government departments are aware of their responsibility of providing the people who use the Service Bus Stand, a decent, well asphalted or concretised Public Bus Stand. I wonder if those in authority ever visited this Bus Stand during the recent monsoon – so pathetic in condition – sometime one wonders
    what does the authority do with all the exorbitant taxes collected in terms of Service Tax!

Comments are closed.