GUNTUR: Stating that college students ought to develop into model ambassadors of street security, Deputy Transport Commissioner (DTC) E Meera Prasad has cautioned them in opposition to utilizing rushing Sports activities Utility Autos to stop accidents. He expressed anguish about a number of the children resorting to the emotional blackmail of their mother and father demanding SUVs.

Addressing the street security week celebrations at Vignan college right here on Tuesday, the deputy transport commissioner mentioned that a lot of the Indian roads should not appropriate to function high-speed autos as they had been designed for western circumstances.

“As educated youth, it’s best to develop into a logo for street security by following all of the visitors guidelines and laws. You shouldn’t attempt to violate guidelines for the sake of enjoyable as it would lead to freak mishaps and lack of valuable lives,” mentioned DTC. He mentioned that youth also needs to perceive the quantity of ache and psychological trauma of the mother and father who misplaced their youngsters in street accidents. He mentioned that the lack of younger youngsters can be the most important tragedy not just for the mother and father however to your complete society. He requested the scholars to not get influenced by a number of of their mates even when they buy fancy autos. He instructed the youth to set their focus solely on their research and careers and keep away from making adventures on the roads.

Meera Prasad mentioned that the federal government had been making critical efforts to cut back street accidents by organizing collection of consciousness programmes throughout the state as they don’t want a single life to be misplaced within the accidents. He, nevertheless, mentioned that they might really feel ache each time a deadly street accident takes place. He requested the scholars to strictly observe the street visitors guidelines and don’t resort to rash driving at any price. “The share of youth dropping lives within the street accidents within the nation could be very excessive. We should always take a pledge to avoid wasting each life,” mentioned Meera Prasad. Vignan college vice-chancellor Dr. MYS Prasasd, registrar Raghunathan, Motor Automobile Inspectors Malleswari, Suresh, Lara faculty principal Dr. Okay Phanindra Kumar, assistant registrar A Gauri Sankar Rao, and others had been current.


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