KVYO assists in traffic regulation

DIMAPUR, JUL 31 (NPN): | Publish Date: 8/1/2018 12:00:00 AM IST

 Kohima Village Youth Organization (KVYO) Tuesday informed that its volunteers would be regulating vehicular movements and parking under its jurisdiction indefinitely.

In a press note, KVYO president, Dzüvinguzo Mepfhüo, and general secretary, Vizoneilie Pienyü, said the organisation would also be assisting the traffic police at various critical locations affected by landslides. KVYO has directed all vehicles users to park, in such a manner that it did not cause inconvenience to other road users. It cautioned that any misbehaviour on public roads by drivers and owners would not be tolerated.
The organisation has reminded all vehicles including private, commercial, government or military to follow traffic rules and common driving etiquettes/rules. It stated that no overtaking would be tolerated except for medical emergencies. It further advised commuters, especially those carrying school children, to be prepared for prolonged traffic jams by carrying basic food and water in their vehicles.
It also suggested parking or halting vehicles with caution and after visually checking terrain and objects stability both above and below the road.
Meanwhile, the organisation has requested BRO/GREF and the state government to check and maintain the damaged roads within their jurisdiction at the earliest. 
Admitting that natural calamities were unavoidable, KVYO, however, cautioned that negligence on the part of authorities would not be tolerated. It stated that any untoward incident(s) arising out of government apathy would be of serious repercussions.


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