In Delhi, the police engaged in making arrangements for two wheelers without helmet and speeding
Delhi Traffic Police has taken an initiative to take a new technology under ITMS (Intelligent Traffic Management System) to teach a lesson to speeding two-wheeler drivers. Soon this technology will be implemented.
It will be heavy to drive a two-wheeler without a helmet on the roads of the country's capital Delhi. The Delhi Traffic Police has taken this step to control the accidents caused by two-wheelers on the roads. Delhi Traffic Police has taken an initiative to take a new technology under ITMS (Intelligent Traffic Management System) to teach a lesson to such drivers. It is important to mention that till now vehicles breaking the red signal or speeding in Delhi were caught on CCTV cameras.
After that online challans were sent to such drivers and their owners. During this process, there was no difference in the speed of two-wheelers. So they were becoming increasingly unruly. The statistics also bear witness to the fact that in road accidents on the roads of Delhi, only two categories of people were mostly seen in the category of casualties. Pedestrian at number one and two-wheeler driver at number second.
Accidents occur due to speeding
Two-wheeler drivers themselves get hurt. At the same time, hundreds of innocent people also get injured after colliding with their vehicles due to their speeding on the roads of Delhi. Many often even lead to death. Therefore, the Delhi Traffic Police is busy making arrangements to control such uncontrollable two-wheeler drivers. Under these arrangements, the Delhi Traffic Police is now trying to control those driving without helmet and speeding.
High officer of police gave information
Confirming all these facts, a high official of Delhi Traffic Police said, “The plan will be implemented soon. Under this project, it is our endeavor that the network of cameras equipped with state-of-the-art technology can be spread on every road of Delhi. For this, talks are also going on with a foreign company (possibly with a company in England).
Two-wheeler drivers have to be alert
Under this scheme, cameras installed under this scheme will be able to send online challans sitting at home, without seat belts, without helmets and even without two-wheelers running at high speed. As was being done till now in the case of four wheelers. Most of the two-wheeler drivers will be alerted by this scheme, who wear helmet only after seeing the police on the road and before or after that, ie as soon as they are away from the police, take off the helmet and hang it in the hand. In this regard, the Delhi Traffic Police is also serious about entering into an agreement with the Center for Development Advanced Computing, Pune.