Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Bargain sternly with rash driving in Goa: CM Manohar Parrikar tells police

Panaji: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has guided the police to bargain entirely with rash and careless driving in the wake of a series of mishaps over the most recent two days.

Over the most recent two days, nine mishaps had happened on streets in different parts of the state.

Five people were killed on Monday when the auto in which they were voyaging crashed into a truck at Corlim town yesterday.

The announcement said that Parrikar led a meeting of authorities worried to talk about the activity circumstance in the beach front state. State Chief Secretary Dharmendra Sharma additionally went to the meeting.

Amid the meeting, the Chief Minister taught the concerned offices to obtain radars, speedometers, alcometers, vehicles, and to introduce CCTVs and interceptors to manage rash driving.

"The CM spoke to all natives to deal with themselves while driving or riding," the announcement said.

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