The 7X Welfare Team, along with Noida Traffic Police on weekends is continuously making efforts to educate people about lane driving, wearing ISI helmets, and more driving etiquettes. This time, it was on road safety and cleanliness and the location was Hanuman Murti Road, Sector 49/78. For the last 2 years, the traffic awareness campaign has been run by the team continuously at various intersections of Noida.
Due to this campaign, people have understood the importance ISI helmets. According to the team, fewer people are seen violating traffic rules and not wearing helmets. The campaign was carried out on Saturday evening on September 25. The motive behind this week was to propagate road safety along with the importance of road cleanliness. Commuters were told that they should not throw the dirt out of the car and keep the surroundings clean.
The team also made people take a pledge that they would follow the traffic rules while walking on the road and would continue to make everyone aware of cleanliness. The campaign was made successful with the cooperation of Traffic Inspector Vijay Kumar Singh and Felix Hospital.
CitySpidey also talked to some residents who were part of this campaign. Giriraj Bahediya, the member of the 7x Welfare Team, said, “Just like it is our duty to keep the city clean, similarly, wearing a helmet, following the traffic rules is also our duty as responsible citizens. ”.
Brajesh Sharma, a member of 7X Welfare Team said, “Safety as well as cleanliness- this will be the beginning of building a healthy, beautiful and beautiful India.”