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District police demand safe roads in Moulvibazar


Published : 22 Oct 2021 10:11 PM | Updated : 23 Oct 2021 03:56 PM

Moulvibazar Zila Police organized a procession and awareness rally on the occasion of National Safe Roads Day-2021. The Superintendent of Police said that traffic management is not given importance while constructing roads and highways. But in the developed world, traffic systems are thought of before road construction.

The district police, led by Moulvibazar Superintendent of Police Mohammad Zakaria, rallied from the Moulvibazar Press Club premises on Friday (October 22nd) morning with the slogan "I will abide by the law and build safe roads". Officers and members of all levels of the district police took part in it.

Later, a public awareness meeting was held in the main intersection area of the city. Superintendent of Police Mohammad Zakaria, Additional Superintendent of Police Hasan Mohammad Naser Rikabdar, Additional Superintendent of Police Ziaur Rahman, General Secretary of Moulvibazar Press Club Panna Dutta spoke on the occasion.

Superintendent of Police Mohammad Zakaria said the country is undergoing overall development. At the same time, according to the road transport law, zebra crossings, sidewalks, dividers, roads suitable for traffic management need to be constructed. And in the event of an accident, many victims do not want to sue. The cooperation of the victims is needed to bring those involved in the tragedy under peace. 

The victims have to come forward in this regard. For safe roads, various government departments including RHD, LGED, district councils, municipalities, people's representatives, social organizations, employers and workers have to work from responsible places. 

Traffic management should be given importance while constructing roads. He urged all citizens to abide by the road transport law.

Meanwhile, on the occasion of the day, a virtual discussion meeting was organized by the district administration and Moulvibazar BRTA with the slogan 'Let's follow the speed limit and prevent road accidents'. Deputy Commissioner Mir Nahid Ahsan was the chief guest at the function conducted by District Child Affairs Officer Jasim Uddin Masud. BRTA Assistant Director welcomed. Dalim Uddin. Officials of various government departments, journalists, transport owners-workers, representatives of social organizations took part in it.

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