Helmet to be worn while driving strict order from Police
High level police officials have warned Tamil Nadu police staff that they must wear helmets when driving any violation is said to immediately dealt with stringent departmental action.
In order to reduce increasing trend of road accidents at the state of Tamil Nadu, wearing helmets and seat belts are to be made mandatory for two wheeler and four wheeler drivers from 1st July 2015.
Police is said to have been conducting regular surprise checks in regards in immediate punishment for people who are not wearing seat belts or helmets with cancellation and penalties of driving license.
A large number of complaints are been made that police department personnel are not following this rule strictly and more police are driving without wearing helmets. Higher officials have taken this decision on departmental action on people who fail to follow this.
They explained that there is about 1 Lakh personnel employed at the police department. At this, most employees who don’t follow to safety order to wear seat belts or helmets. Henceforth immediate stringent department action to be taken on to violate this.
Police must take promise at 7.00 AM daily that they are wearing seat belts or helmets. People who failed to wear helmets, vehicle keys are to be confiscated and handed over to police station. Punished police personnel must bring helmet and then they will be allowed to proceed with their duty.