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Road safety has assumed great significance in recent years:Rajendra Prasad Sharma

Bhubaneswar:28/8/18: Road safety has assumed great significance in recent years. Provision of a safe road to various categories of road users is a challenge before the Odisha Police. The Odisha Motor Vehicle Department (OMVD) should work sincerely to ensure road safety by way of proper enforcement, said Director General of Police (DGP) Rajendra Prasad Sharma. He was speaking at the passing out parade (first batch) of Cadet Sub-Inspectors (Traffic) of (OMVD) held at Biju Patnaik State Police Academy here on Tuesday.

The DGP complimented the Cadet SIs for the impressive parade and called upon officers at the cutting edge to enforce the law diligently, honestly and with professionalism.

Stressing on the need for regular highway patrolling and strict enforcement of road safety law, Sharma called upon the Cadet SIs (Traffic) to be disciplined, honest, impartial and people-friendly in their day-to-day functioning. He also advised them to apply the 3-T Mantra Technology, Team-work and Transparency of the Chief Minister in their work ethics.

He gave away certificates of appreciation and other trophies to the best performing cadets.

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