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District Road Safety Committee meeting held at Poonch

Poonch, Deputy Commissioner Poonch, Inder Jeet, Kashmir, Jammu And Kashmir, Jammu & Kashmir, District Administration Poonch

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Poonch , 26 Sep 2022

A meeting of members of the District Road Safety Committee (DRSC) was today held here under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner (DC) Poonch, Inder Jeet.At the outset, ARTO, Basharat Mahmood  briefed the chair about various road safety measures being taken in the district which include identification of black spots to prevent accidents, imposition of fine on violators and constitution of DRSC.

He also informed the chair about the details of the work of the Road Safety Committee constituted in the district.The DC directed the engineering wing to take corrective action on identified black spots. He said that awareness activities must be taken up in schools and adjacent areas through already constituted road safety clubs. 

He further stressed on erection  of road safety signs near all educational institutions to ensure the safety of students.The Chief Education Officer was asked to share the location data of all institutions that fall on major roads with the Transport department, R&B and Urban Local Bodies for action in this matter.

The engineering wing informed the chair that black spots identified previously have been appropriately modified. They also apprised that signages are being   erected across the district.Tehsildar Poonch and CEO Municipality also briefed the meeting regarding various measures taken for decongestion of the town area.

The DC stressed on identification and positive interventions to reduce frequency of accidents in the district. He said that traffic, transport and health departments need to evolve an integrated plan to ensure that in case of an accident, all efforts must be made that medical help is provided to the victim within the golden hour.

The meeting was informed that 108 ambulance services will be started on Mughal Road soon. The DC directed the CMO to share data on response time in all accidents that occurred last year.He issued directions to ARTO and DySP traffic to start a drive against roadside parking, adding that in view of adequate parking facilities available in the district, penalties must be imposed on violators.

He also issued directions to the Chief Education Officer to inspect private schools and their transportation facilities. He said that fitness certificates of transportation vehicles of all such schools must be verified.The DC made it clear that there shall be zero tolerance towards overloading. 

He said that especially in case of school buses, overloading endangers the life of students and heavy penalties must be imposed on violators as a preventive measure. He directed concerned people to submit a compliance report within a period of 15 days.

On the issue of overloading DC Poonch directed that more permits be issued on Hungry routes so that overloading can be controlled and employment shall also be generated.The meeting was attended by Principal Degree College Poonch , CMO, CEO, Executive Engineers of R&B, PMGSY, OC Gref,DSP DAR Poonch, ARTO, CEO Municipality among others.


Tags: Poonch , Deputy Commissioner Poonch , Inder Jeet , Kashmir , Jammu And Kashmir , Jammu & Kashmir , District Administration Poonch



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