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Singhbhum MP Geeta Koda chairs road safety meeting

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Seraikela, Jan 8. A meeting of the District Road Safety Committee was organized through video conferencing under the chairmanship of Singhbhum MP Geeta Koda. 
In which, along with deputy commissioner Arva Rajkamal, other senior administrative officers and members of road safety committee discussed various points. 
It was decided to put up signage boards in accident-prone areas about slowing down on speed and other road safety slogans at accident prone places as per requirement.
JARDCL was directed to complete the pending street light repair work on state highways at the earliest and executive engineer was asked to install tree radium on highways. 

While discussing all the black spots, it was decided to remove such spots from the list in which adequate safety measures has been initiated. It was told by the Excise Superintendent that 40 cases have been registered after checking at 5 places like Kharsawan, Chowka, Chandil and Kandra. On the spot, the Deputy Commissioner directed to investigate the roadside dhabas selling illegal liquor. So that the road accidents due to drunken driving can be reduced.

The Deputy Commissioner directed both the sub-divisional officers that according to the FIR list of all the pending cases of hit and run, action should be taken regarding the compensation to the families of the victims after examining the reports coming in their respective sub-divisions. The Deputy Commissioner ordered that intensive awareness campaigns related to road safety should be conducted at various places in the district. And the District Education Officer should ensure that all the teachers and staff of the school do not enter the school environment without a helmet vehicle.
The Deputy Commissioner directed the Inspector of Police Traffic to increase the figures of driving license suspension by cracking down on cases like overspeeding and drunken driving which can be reduced only by conducting more checks. 
Adityapur Municipal Corporation was ordered to provide sliding barricades and the Health Department was instructed to provide proper treatment to the injured and operate the ambulance service smoothly.

The MP said that the radium and paint on the police barricades near Rajnagar police station area has vanished and it should be repainted.She also directed the Adityapur Municipal Corporation  to construct more parking lots

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