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Deal sternly with rash driving in Goa: CM tells police

Press Trust of India  |  Panaji 

Chief Minister has directed the police to deal strictly with rash and negligent driving in the wake of a string of accidents in the last two days.

"Chief Minister has instructed the Police to act strictly against rashdriving and violators of traffic rules. Police will be deployed at various places in to act against violators from Wednesday itself," the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) said in a statement issued here today.



In the last two days, nine accidents had occurred on roads in various parts of the state.

Five persons were killed yesterday when the car in which they were travelling collided with a truck at Corlim village yesterday.

The statement said that Parrikar chaired a meeting of officials concerned to discuss the traffic situation in the coastal state. State Chief Secretary Dharmendra Sharma also attended the meeting.

During the meeting, the Chief Minister instructed the concerned departments to procure radars, speedometers, alcometers, vehicles, and to install CCTVs and interceptors to deal with rash driving.

"The CM appealed to all citizens to take care of themselves while driving or riding," the statement said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Deal sternly with rash driving in Goa: CM tells police

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has directed the police to deal strictly with rash and negligent driving in the wake of a string of accidents in the last two days. "Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has instructed the Goa Police to act strictly against rashdriving and violators of traffic rules. Police will be deployed at various places in Goa to act against violators from Wednesday itself," the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) said in a statement issued here today. In the last two days, nine accidents had occurred on roads in various parts of the state. Five persons were killed yesterday when the car in which they were travelling collided with a truck at Corlim village yesterday. The statement said that Parrikar chaired a meeting of officials concerned to discuss the traffic situation in the coastal state. State Chief Secretary Dharmendra Sharma also attended the meeting. During the meeting, the Chief Minister instructed the concerned departments to procure radars, speedometers, ... Chief Minister has directed the police to deal strictly with rash and negligent driving in the wake of a string of accidents in the last two days.

"Chief Minister has instructed the Police to act strictly against rashdriving and violators of traffic rules. Police will be deployed at various places in to act against violators from Wednesday itself," the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) said in a statement issued here today.

In the last two days, nine accidents had occurred on roads in various parts of the state.

Five persons were killed yesterday when the car in which they were travelling collided with a truck at Corlim village yesterday.

The statement said that Parrikar chaired a meeting of officials concerned to discuss the traffic situation in the coastal state. State Chief Secretary Dharmendra Sharma also attended the meeting.

During the meeting, the Chief Minister instructed the concerned departments to procure radars, speedometers, alcometers, vehicles, and to install CCTVs and interceptors to deal with rash driving.

"The CM appealed to all citizens to take care of themselves while driving or riding," the statement said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Deal sternly with rash driving in Goa: CM tells police

Chief Minister has directed the police to deal strictly with rash and negligent driving in the wake of a string of accidents in the last two days.

"Chief Minister has instructed the Police to act strictly against rashdriving and violators of traffic rules. Police will be deployed at various places in to act against violators from Wednesday itself," the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) said in a statement issued here today.

In the last two days, nine accidents had occurred on roads in various parts of the state.

Five persons were killed yesterday when the car in which they were travelling collided with a truck at Corlim village yesterday.

The statement said that Parrikar chaired a meeting of officials concerned to discuss the traffic situation in the coastal state. State Chief Secretary Dharmendra Sharma also attended the meeting.

During the meeting, the Chief Minister instructed the concerned departments to procure radars, speedometers, alcometers, vehicles, and to install CCTVs and interceptors to deal with rash driving.

"The CM appealed to all citizens to take care of themselves while driving or riding," the statement said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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