SRINAGAR: Taking a agency stance on highway security, the Extra Deputy Commissioner (ADC) of Sopore has issued a directive to petrol station homeowners, making it clear that riders with out crash helmets shall be denied gas.
ADC SA Raina convened a gathering with petrol filling station homeowners, stressing the vital position they play in reinforcing helmet utilization and total highway security. Raina emphasised the shared duty of each the administration and residents in guaranteeing the well-being of the neighborhood.
“Making certain the security of our residents is of paramount significance, and carrying helmets is a straightforward but efficient observe that considerably reduces the severity of head accidents in accidents—posing dangers to pedestrians as nicely,” Raina mentioned.
The ADC’s directive underscores the seriousness of the difficulty, linking it on to the safety of lives on the highway. Raina’s measure goals to instil a way of duty amongst two-wheeler riders, selling the usage of crash helmets as a elementary security observe.
Along with the gas restriction, Raina outlined different measures to boost security at petrol stations. Petrol station homeowners had been directed to put in CCTV surveillance cameras to observe actions. The directive additionally emphasised the significance of evening fuelling to forestall inconvenience to commuters.
Moreover, Raina mandated the supply of washroom amenities in any respect petrol stations inside the jurisdiction. In a bid to boost customer support, petrol stations got a three-day deadline to make air compressor amenities obtainable. (KNO)
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