Goa traffic cell has decided to take the serious action again the drunken driving across the state but especially in the North Coastal belt that normally remains over packed with the domestic tourists on weekends. The PTI news agency has released the news that Goa police will be initiating the special drive against the drunken driving today from Saturday 7pm to Sunday 1 am. Read the complete report here.
According to the Press trust of India (PTI), Goa police has announced special drive against the drunken driving in the state during the weekend as the state gets flooded with the domestic tourists due to the beginning of summer vacation.
The report says that if you are planning to drive your vehicle after consuming the alcohol it is likely that you may end up in the jail this weekend. Goa police have announced special drive against the drunken driving in the state during this weekend as the state is gets filled up the domestic tourists on the weekends. “It was decided to hold the special drive on Saturday and early hours of Sunday to book cases under section 185 of motor vehicle act for drunken driving,” Suman Goyal, Superintendent of Police (Traffic) has said in a circular issued to all the police stations. As per the circular, the overnight drive would be held across the state at the same time.
“The (checking) points have been identified considering the availability of alcometers and likelihood of booking maximum drunken driving cases,” the circular, copy of which is with PTI, reads. Goyal has said local police station in-charge and traffic in-charge of the areas shall utilize maximum resources available with them to book maximum cases. Goa is currently witnessing large domestic crowd who crowd beaches due to a simmering heat.
With this drive Goa police expect to books maximum cases of drunken driving in the state. This news is already published by most of the media and if you are one of those who drink and drive then better think twice since today is not your day.
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