State Road Safety Implementation Committee meeting was held
Bhopal. Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) of Home Department, Dr. Rajesh Rajoura (ACS Dr. Rajesh Rajoura) in the meeting of the State Road Safety Implementation Committee on Wednesday directed road agencies for black spot decontamination. Instructed to take effective action. He said that all necessary steps should be ensured to prevent road accidents. Transport Commissioner Sanjay Jha apprised the Committee through PPT about the actions taken so far. ADG PTRI G. Janardan informed about the action being taken by the police department. Senior officers of nodal agencies including Home Secretary Gaurav Rajput were present in the meeting.
ACS Dr. Rajoura said that according to the instructions of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, to prevent road accidents, ensure concrete action according to long term and short term time period for black spot rectification. He also directed to convene a meeting again in the coming month for the rectification of 437 black spots identified in the state. Dr. Rajoura said that 147 black spots of long term should be targeted and strengthened for purification.
ACS Dr. Rajoura gave instructions to make the challan system more powerful. He said that proper use of closed circuit cameras installed in urban areas should be ensured. Increase follow up. Take strict effective action against those who violate the traffic rules.
He instructed to prepare a proposal for setting up a separate office for road safety as per the directions of the Supreme Court Committee on Safety. He said that according to the instructions of the Supreme Court in this context, study the action taken in other states and make proposals.
ACS Dr. Rajoura asked for more lengthening of rumbling strips on the roads meeting the main roads, which would help in preventing accidents, he also directed to install more and more road signs at such places. Transport Commissioner Jha instructed all the nodal agencies to provide information within the time limit for sending the information to the Supreme Court Committee on Safety.
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