Traffic Police Organizes Interactive Exhibition as part of Children’s Day Celebrations
Delhi Traffic Police organized an interactive exhibition for children as part of Children's Day celebrations. Teenagers as well as kids took part in this exhibition.
The goal behind this exhibition was to instill awareness on road safety and traffic rules among children. It was inaugurated by Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma at Pragati Maidan's Traffic Pavilion.
'Know Road Safety: Avoid Road Mishaps' was the theme of this interactive exhibition. There were no entry fees and refreshments were offered free for younger participants, who enjoyed every program organized by the traffic authorities.
Verma said that children should be the first priority in road safety as they are our future. Also he added that these children can become good traffic sentinels if they are trained well.
Payal, a student from Gyan Bharti Public School, appreciated this initiative and said that she never attended an interesting exhibition regarding traffic rules ever before.
There were mini motor bikes and safety gears to ride for children. In addition to this, a traffic trail was also there as part of the demonstration at the pavilion.
An organiser from Mayur Vihar claimed that the exhibition is worthy of appreciation as students are not only able to learn traffic rules but also learn basic ethics. He added that this exhibition was really essential as road accidents rates are soaring high recently in Delhi.
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