RPF men not to blow horns as a social message

NAGPUR: From enforcement of law to enforcement of social order, the Railway Protection Force (RPF) took up a new avatar on Friday. The law enforcement officials have made up our minds not to use horns to unfold the ‘no-honking’ message.

RPF staff, underneath senior divisional security commissioner Jyoti Kumar Satija, stood with ‘no-honking’ placards on the zebra crossing at Samvidhan Chowk urging motorists not to use the horn unnecessarily, especially at indicators whilst waiting for them to turn inexperienced. The staff withdrew to the visitors island when the signal turned inexperienced.

Satija mentioned the marketing campaign has been launched in collaboration with city visitors police. “We believe in setting an instance before preaching. We have advised the staff to honk simplest in an emergency,” he mentioned, adding that honking is among the “most commonplace type of noise air pollution”.

The railway police officer additionally mentioned the marketing campaign will amplify to incorporate disciplined strolling on foot-over-bridges, following the queue device and waiting for one’s turn to board and alight from trains.

“We are inculcating a way of social discipline among educate commuters and others. The choice to take RPF out on the road was to make aware citizens of our power and beef up the picture,” mentioned Satija, adding that the marketing campaign would be taken to varsities and schools too.

Later within the day, RPF moved the marketing campaign to Jaisthamb Chowk and the railway station.

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