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Guwahati: Zero accidents on Uruka, over 40 drunk driving cases reported

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Guwahati, Jan 15: The people of Guwahati city celebrated a safe Uruka as the city did not witness any road accident on the eve of Magh Bihu.

Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma called for an accident free celebration following which safety regulations were enforced to prevent any road mishap.

Accordingly, the city police swung into action and strict vigilance was maintained in the city.

Despite the restrictions, the city police found very few violators who did not follow the traffic rules.

A total of 596 violations was reported on Thursday and a fine of Rs 11.52 lakhs was imposed.

Among these 48 cases were of drunk driving, 58 violators did not wear a helmet and 22 violators did not wear the seat belt.

Earlier, because of an increased number of drunk and driving cases during festivals, CM Sarma called on the police department to take strict actions against violators and enforce a special drive to avoid any untoward incident. The drive was successful during New Year's eve when the city reported zero accident cases. The drive also continued during the Magh Bihu celebrations, following which no accidents were reported in the city.


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Guwahati: Zero accidents on Uruka, over 40 drunk driving cases reported

Guwahati, Jan 15: The people of Guwahati city celebrated a safe Uruka as the city did not witness any road accident on the eve of Magh Bihu.

Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma called for an accident free celebration following which safety regulations were enforced to prevent any road mishap.

Accordingly, the city police swung into action and strict vigilance was maintained in the city.

Despite the restrictions, the city police found very few violators who did not follow the traffic rules.

A total of 596 violations was reported on Thursday and a fine of Rs 11.52 lakhs was imposed.

Among these 48 cases were of drunk driving, 58 violators did not wear a helmet and 22 violators did not wear the seat belt.

Earlier, because of an increased number of drunk and driving cases during festivals, CM Sarma called on the police department to take strict actions against violators and enforce a special drive to avoid any untoward incident. The drive was successful during New Year's eve when the city reported zero accident cases. The drive also continued during the Magh Bihu celebrations, following which no accidents were reported in the city.


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