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Updated December 27th, 2023 at 11:54 IST

WATCH | Mumbai Police engage school kids for their 'No Honking' initiative

The initiative will be carried out for 15 days and officials will ensure that people in the area follow traffic rules strictly.

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Mumbai Police engage school & madrasa students to spread the 'No Honking' message under the JJ flyover & Bhendi Bazaar area.
Mumbai Police engage school & madrasa students to spread the 'No Honking' message under the JJ flyover & Bhendi Bazaar area. | Image:ANI
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Mumbai: In a unique initiative to spread awareness about noise pollution, Mumbai Police engaged school and madrasa students under the JJ flyover and Bhendi Bazaar to spread the "No Honking" message.

The initiative that took off on December 21, Pravin Mundhe, DCP Zone 1 said, "From December 21st we started a major drive under the JJ flyover & Bhendi Bazaar area. We have put up banners, taken help from NGOs, school & madrasa students have also been engaged...We will ensure that the people follow rules and regulations in that area." He emphasised the aim to raise awareness.

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He added that the initiative will be carried out for 15 days and officials will ensure that people in the area follow traffic rules strictly.

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"Our aim is to raise awareness and enforcement on issues such as without helmet, triple seat and wrong side driving. In the first phase this mission will be carried out for 15 days We are going to ensure that people in that area follow traffic rules and those who will not follow the rules we will enforce rules on them," he said.

Many people are joining us in this initiative and we are going to continue this activity for a prolonged period to make a better impact," Mundhe asserted. 

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Published December 27th, 2023 at 11:54 IST

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