‘Always wear seat belt…’ Delhi Police start road safety awareness campaign on social media | Car News

The car accident of former Tata Group Chairman Cyrus Mistry has drawn everyone’s attention to road safety. In particular, the importance of seat belts while driving, for passengers and drivers, has caught everyone’s attention, and Delhi Police is no different. The Police Department took note of the incident and launched a campaign to spread awareness among citizens about the importance of wearing a seat belt through social media platforms. The Delhi Police Department shared multiple photos on the official Twitter handle to achieve the goal. Some of these leaflets are also warning of a fine if seat belts are found not to be worn.

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A post on Twitter by the Delhi Police said- “Stay well! Always wear your seat belt, whether you’re in the front or the back.” In the meantime, text in the image says “You will be fined” with an image of a seat belt overlapping the text. The Police Department follows its example of using innovative ways to spread awareness about road safety.

Meanwhile, another post was used by the Delhi Police Department on Twitter to spread awareness in the form of a multiple-choice question. The photo was written with the question, “How important is it for rear seat passengers to wear a seat belt?” With the options “A- Important, B- Very important, C- Unavoidable, D- All of the above.” While the caption on the post came, “Fasten your seat belts, no matter where you sit!”

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The post also contains an image that shows businessman Anand Mahendra’s tweet showing a “quick hint” to answer the question. In the photo, Anand Mahindra tweeted, “I am determined to always wear my seat belt even in the back seat of the car. I urge you all to take this pledge too. We all owe it to our families.”