Mangaluru: DC warns of action against people travelling by goods vehicles


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Nov 12: Deputy commissioner of Dakshina Kannada district, Sindhu B Rupesh, directed the officials to give priority to strictly implement rules relating to road safety all over the district towards minimizing number of road accidents.

"Setting up of permanent barricades, filling of potholes on the roads, keeping street lights in working condition, etc should be undertaken without delay," she stated.


Sindhu B Rupesh

Speaking at the district level road safety committee meeting at her office on Monday, she stressed that precautionary measures have to be undertaken in accident zones, and directed the officials to take strict action against those who are found carrying students and passengers in goods transport vehicles. She said that a control room has been set up by the health department for government-run ambulance service. She felt that there is a need to have a system of monitoring movement of private ambulance service.

Acting regional transport officer, Ramakrishna Rai, and district superintendent of police, B M Laxmi Prasad, were present.

  

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  • John, mangalore

    Wed, Nov 13 2019

    Madam First see your Deparment lots of mess up

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  • Kiran Dsouza, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    There was a major disaster happened yesterday evening around 5:30 pm near Sai Baba Mandir near Ladyhill - Chilimbi due to the damaged, uneven road hump, where a lady fell down from a moving bus from the rear door. There was blood oozing from her head as her head hit the road first. This disaster happened only due to the uneven hump where the lady lost the balance inside the bus & fell on the road. Thanks to God as there were no fast moving vehicles behind the bus.
    People thought that Concrete roads are permanent, but that even failed people's faith as most of the concrete roads are uneven, ups & downs.
    Many of the people suffer from back pain in Mangalore city due to uneven concrete roads.

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  • Sharath, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Dear Madam, Please implement the worst roads from Nantoor to Vamanjoor which cause to death & major accidents .As soon as possible you put your extreme energy to clear those issues you mentioned in the news i.e. "Setting up of permanent barricades, filling of potholes on the roads, keeping street lights in working condition etc. I wish you for your success.

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  • Janet, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Kindly take more strict rules to follow signal rules and speed.

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  • jr, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    WOULD BE SMART CITY SURROUNDED WITH HUNDREDS OF PROBLEMS TO NAME A FEW POTHOLES, RASH DRIVING, BUSES & TRUCKS STOP ON HIGHWAYS AS THEY WISH, NO SENIOR CITIZEN RESERVATIONS IN BUSES,
    USE OF MOBILE WHILE DRIVING.

    WHO WILL LOOK INTO ALL THESE PRIMARY PROBLEMS IF RTO IS NOT SERIOUS ENOUGH TO CURB THE WRONG BUT JUST TO FINE FOR HELMETS AND SEAT BELTS WHICH ARE SECONDARY FOR SELF SECURITY.

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  • Mohit, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Madam forget all the good trains and other stories. Don't spend time on unproductive work.

    First take care of roads in and around Mangalore. Secondly put some law on busses operating in and out of Mangalore which has made human life unsafe.

    Ganja peddlers from nearby state is increasing day by day. Auto driver's are already un-professional and in-human.

    7Movement of senior citizens in Mangalore city is in bad shape. Shops literally occupy footpaths and no place left for pedestrians.

    Kindly look into the problems of the city rather than looking at goods train problems. Look at the situation around Central market. The dirtiest place in Mangalore which is prone to mosquito breeding.

    Jai Hind.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Poverty, Inflation & Unemployment has made India Cattle Class ...

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  • MCF, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Poverty, Inflation & Unemployment ..........

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Why did you return back to the cattle class country?

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  • gratia, kulshekar

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    madam,

    Kulshekar kaikamba to vamanjoor actually School, college zone , if u see the road human beings can't travel, how can these innocent kids, student( thousands of student ) can travel everyday without any option ? no one is bother about it !!! in front of the Kulshekar secred heart eng mid school there is no foot path ,

    nothing else to tell, only for election purpose some pits are filled last week end, please look into the matter n save innocent people life

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  • Bob, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Good Initiative. First keep control over the speeding buses. The Traffic Police keep standing and allow the rash driving of buses specially in circles. Keep control on speeding buses traffics will automatically be controlled.

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  • CHRISTINE, MANGALORE

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Very glad to read madam in the morning. Today day is a happy day.

    Madam please look after the roads. Near Canara jewellers one big pit. Two wheelers cant drive that side. Mangalore kulshkar vamanjoor road,market roads many ;other roads madam. Scared to drive.

    Please see that they will be repaired.

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  • James, Belman

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    Actions with smile.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Tue, Nov 12 2019

    She should take the Traffic department into confidence and make route map to implement strict speed limits inside the city and even highways inside city limits.

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