Udaipur. To make the public aware of road safety and to curb accidents, the 31st National Road Safety Week will be launched on Tuesday by the District Administration, Transport Department, Traffic Police, Information and Public Relations Department at the Information Center.
Regional Transport Officer Prakash Singh Rathore said that the week started at 12.30 pm on Tuesday at District Superintendent of Police Kailashchandra Vishnoi Athon will through the launch of multi-colored road safety awareness exhibition. During this time, Kalajatha programs and seminars will be organized here. District Transport Officer Dr. Kalpana Sharma said that this year the theme of Road Safety Week has been changed through 'Yuva Shakti'. He informed that under the week every day, road safety awareness activities will be organized in various schools – colleges, hospitals, gram panchayats, petrol pumps, squares, institutions etc.
Relevant tapes will be installed on vehicles, improvements will be made in black spots:  In this event, all the tractors of the district including Police and Transport Department during the week including Education and Medical Department Riplektiv tape Rolion will paste and went appointed departmentwise charges in connection with public awareness programs, black spots and improve enforcement work and training programs of various kinds conducted by various departments. In this event, the major vehicle dealers of the city, NCC, Scout Guide, Anganwadi workers and various voluntary organizations will be supported.
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