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The death toll of cyclists is constantly increasing in road accidents throughout the province. The police believe that the reason for this is that most vehicle owners do not follow traffic rules. It is mandatory to wear a helmet first when cycling, but traffic rules are often not followed hastily or carelessly.
Because of this, accidents also increase. At the district hospital, 2 to 3 deaths caused by bicycle collisions are reported daily. Due to this, police administration, traffic police are fined by deducting the challenges of two wheelers running on city roads. Despite that, cyclists do not obey traffic rules.
In the rural areas of Banswara district, these accidents are increasing on the highways.
CI Ramroop Meena of Rajtalab police station said traffic rules will be followed by all. In order for these people to be able to protect themselves, it is very important to wear a helmet in the actions they take in the motor vehicle law, because it is a safety shield for the whole family. Because when the breadwinner leaves, the support of the family is taken away. That’s why our aim is that they should be made to wear helmets, if they don’t wear a helmet then action will be taken.
A road safety campaign is ongoing from March 13 until the end of March. Whoever does not follow the traffic rules, he will be cut, he will be explained, it is mandatory to wear a helmet, if there is life, there is a world.