This Andhra Pradesh Policeman Pleading With Traffic Offender Goes Viral

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Pic Shows a Police Man folding his hands pleading a traffic offender who travelling with his family of five and He also did not wear a helmet and none of his family members too had one. This also puts others on the road at risk. He was totally unconcerned about the danger,” said a fuming Shubh Kumar, who along with five sub-inspectors have been conducting road safety programs in the Madakasira area in Anantapur district, the photo is going viral in social media.

The photo gained all the more importance when it was tweeted by DCP Traffic of East Bengaluru Abhishek Goyal who is an IPS officer of the Karnataka cadre.The picture, shared about eight hours before writing this, has already been ‘liked’ over 4,500 times. Among the 2,600 people who have ‘retweeted’ it are Bengaluru City Police and Bengaluru Traffic Police.

The circle inspector, B Shubh Kumar, was headed to work after concluding a 1.5 hour long programme on road safety. The inspector saw a man on a bike with his two sons sitting on the fuel tank, his wife and a relative behind him. The man on the bike was identified as K Hanumantharayudu.

As Per Reports Shubh Kumar Says After Seeing That, “My mind went blank when I saw the five of them riding so dangerously and all I could do was fold my hands in total resignation, helplessness and frustration.”

“This is a remote area and traffic awareness among people is very low. We have been conducting such programmes for the past four months by showing videos of road safety, importance of wearing helmets, perils of overloading, how accidents happen etc. We also show interviews of family members who have lost their loved ones in accidents and how their lives have changed. But some people just don’t care. It is frustrating sometimes,” the police official added.Rarely do we see that a policeman joining hands.We believe if everyone understands the responsibility and follows the traffic rules we can avoid unnecessary traffic jams, accidents. Yes, it starts with ‘ME & YOU’. No more ‘Chalta Hai’ attitudes, start learning and stop complaining that ‘India ka Kuch Nahi Ho Sakta.’

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