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Kitchloo anguished over alarming frequency of road accidents
Calls for instant action against negligent officers
DODA, Apr 13: The Minister of state for Home, Sajad Ahmed Kichloo has expressed his dismay over the increased frequency of road accidents “adding that enough is enough”, further loss of precious lives on account of road accidents will not be tolerated any more.

In a statement issued here on reaching Jammu from kishtwar, where a terrific road accident has claimed four precious human lives yesterday, Kichloo said that stringent action will be taken against concerned officers from top to bottom for any negligence in checking road accidents. He has called for maintaining a daily register to know the causes of road accidents so that responsibility is fixed against defaulting officers for negligence in their duties. He said immediate action will be taken against concerned officers including DTI’s, SHO’s and RTO’s of the respective areas where a road accident occurs due to their negligence.

Kichloo has directed the traffic police and transport department to increase frequency of checking to ascertain authenticity of driving licences, RC’s of the vehicles and route permits. He said it is most unfortunate that precious lives are lost in road accidents which could be avoided by timely checking of over loading and over speeding of vehicles.
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News Updated at : Saturday, April 13, 2013
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