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Training of traffic police to reduce accidents

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Traffic police have been trained to reduce traffic accidents in Madhes.

Training of traffic police to reduce accidents

Surendra Gurung, Senior Superintendent of Police, Janakpur State Police Office, informed that 90 policemen who were conducting road checks and road safety were given a one-day training on the use of modern equipment (breathalyzer) and road safety.

Although the road network and geographical conditions in Madhes are easy, the risk of accidents due to drunken driving is not low and the number of injured and deaths due to driving without a helmet is also high, police said.

The traffic police of 8 districts of Madhes were given a one-day training in Bardiwas of Bara and Mahottari. SSP Gurung said that 30 Breathalyzer devices were provided by WHO for MAPSE testing in 8 districts of Madhes and the police were also taught to use the device during the training.

Mahottari traffic chief Rambhakta Bhattarai informed that 42 traffic policemen from Dhanusha, Mahottari, Siraha and Saptari participated in the one-day training held on Wednesday in Bardiwas. In a one-day training Facilitated by DSP Santosh Niraula.

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