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Information about Traffic Rules given to Students at Innocent Hearts

Jalandhar, April 16, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

A seminar on Traffic Rules was organized for the students of Innocent Hearts, Green Model Town and Loharan. They were educated about the safety measures to be followed while walking on road and driving vehicles. As per guidelines of Sh. Gurpreet Singh Bhullar (Commissioner Police Jalandhar) and Sh. Ashwani Kumar (ADCP Traffic) and Sh. Vaibhav Sehgal(ACP Traffic) the students were educated about traffic rules by ASI – Sh. Shamsher Singh (Incharge Education Cell) and Head Constable Mr. Ramesh Kumar (Education Cell) They mentioned that, if they see any accidental case on road, it becomes their duty to take the injured person to the hospital. They will not be enquired for anything. The injured person will be attended with the utmost priority at hospital. They gave instructions to Mr. Satish – transport incharge of school that do not allow any students to drive without license. Helmet should be mandatory for driving license holders. The students answered questions asked by the team of traffic police. The children asked their questions which were sorted out by them. The children were explained the meaning of sign boards through charts and flash cards. The Principal – Mr. Rajeev Paliwal (GMT) and Ms. Shallu Sehgal – Loharan and Transport Incharge – Mr. Satish and Mr. Neeraj thanked the team of Traffic Police.

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