Helmet is the only lifeline, says 7X welfare team

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Helmet is the only lifeline, says 7X welfare team

Those who were wearing caps were given free ISI helmets

Helmet is the only lifeline, says 7X welfare team

Noida: The volunteers of the 7X welfare team, a resident team on Sunday came together to dissipate awareness about lane driving. The special feature of this Sunday’s road awareness campaign was that doctors, teachers, engineers and helmet man Raghavendra Singh were involved. The helmet man explained the importance of helmets by stopping the people and encouraged them to wear only ISI helmets.

Those who were wearing caps were given free ISI helmets by breaking their caps, as well as informed that they had insurance of Rs 5 lakh from the helmet man. The lane driving campaign was carried out at the Rajnigandha intersection under the leadership of Noida Traffic Inspector Ashutosh Kumar Singh, and in the rest of the days, this campaign will be run at intersections like Sector 18, Atta Peer, Expressway, Model Town and DM Chowk.

In the campaign, traffic Inspector Ashutosh Kumar Singh, CP Mishra and the team and the traffic police personnel posted there were there. Due to awareness there, two facts came to the fore which the authority, traffic cell and traffic police would have to see and solve.

1. Zebra marking is required on the crossroads road.
2. Lights are not visible very often, their position needs to be corrected.

“Awareness for the ISI helmet with helmet man is an excellent idea for our 7X welfare team. We will do similar programs in the future jointly in different areas. On request with DCP traffic and Commissioner of Police to stop selling of fake helmet, non-ISI helmet or topic on the roadside so that people are forced to buy genuine and good quality from the market,” said Brajesh Sharma, a member of 7X welfare society.

“We are promoting the helmets of ISI which are very important for the safety of citizens. During the campaign, the helmets of the bikers standing at the traffic signal were broken on the road. Sometimes the reason for dying in road accidents is due to duplicate helmets, so use the right helmet to choose the right life,” said Raghavendra Singh, helmet man.