Karimnagar Dairy distributes 50 Traffic control stoppers to Traffic police
Launches distribution of buttermilk packets to the Traffic cops as part of CSR programme to protect cops from sweltering heat waves
KARIMNAGAR, APRIL 21, 2023: Commissioner of Police L Subbarayudu has called upon the people to inculcate self-discipline among all kinds of vehicle users to reduce accidents and avoid traffic snarls and congestion.
Everyone should follow traffic rules and ensure the smooth flow of traffic without causing accidents. Vehicle users should ensure that they park their vehicles in a proper manner without causing traffic jams on the roads, he stated.
The Karimnagar Dairy as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme handed over 50 traffic control stoppers to the Karimnagar Traffic on Friday and also launched the distribution of buttermilk packets to the traffic police which would continue throughout the summer season to protect them from getting dehydrated due to work in hot summer regulating the traffic.
Speaking on the occasion, the CP appreciated the Karimnagar Dairy for their noble gesture of distributing buttermilk packets to the Traffic police during the summer season from the year 2015 onwards. Thanking the Karimnagar Dairy for distributing Traffic control stoppers, he said that each stopper would be regulating the traffic 24×7 by reducing the workload of three to four traffic cops.
Expressing concern over increasing drunken driving cases in the district in spite of continuous checking against drunk driving, the CP said that during the last year over 1,000 persons were arrested for drunk driving and cancelled driving licences of 30 persons for repeated offences and sent several people to jail. He warned to intensify drunk driving even during the day time to reduce accidents and warned of serious action against the offenders.
Ch Rajeshwar Rao, chairman of Karimnagar Milk Producer Company Limited also known as Karimnagar Dairy, said that Karimnagar dairy was always at the forefront to participate in social service programmes. Stating that they were distributing buttermilk to Traffic cops during the summer season from 2015 onwards, he said that they had also distributed Rs 5 lakhs for the installation of CCTV cameras.
Additional DCP G Chandramohan warned the vehicle owners of serious action for tampering with the number-plate to avoid e-challans. He informed the vehicle owners to carry all the documents along with them. Traffic ACP Vijay Kumar, Karimnagar ACP Tula Srinivasa Rao, Traffic inspectors Nagarjuna and Tirupathi and others were also present.