'Time card' in place after rise in accidents

Published On: June 16, 2016 10:38 AM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

SINDHULI, June 16: The District Police Office and Traffic Police Office Sindhuli took the joint initiative to enforce 'time card' from Wednesday (June 15) after the rise in road accidents since mid-April this year.

Sindhuli Traffic Police Office has presumed that at least 80 per cent road accidents will go down with the time card in place.

Superintendent of Police at Central Regional Traffic Police Iswori Chapagain on Wednesday handed over a time card to the driver of Tata Sumo (na 1 Ja 5827), Chitra Bahadur Ale, to initiate the campaign. RSS



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