In Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park, PM Narendra Modi released eight African Cheetahs yesterday. A special Boeing 747-400 jumbo aircraft landed in Namibia as part of the first-of-its-kind transcontinental mission to bring Namibian Cheetahs back to Indian territory after being extinct for over 70 years.
This time as well, Delhi traffic police went all out with their memes to promote road safety through their social media campaign. Delhi traffic police took to Twitter to spread awareness about overspeeding and its consequences.
Among the tweets from Delhi Traffic Police is a clip showing a Cheetah racing at its best speed, with the caption: “The only speed we admire is Cheetah’s. If you overspeed you might get a welcome at our police station.” Keep in mind that you are not a Cheetah!!! Read the caption. Comment sections soon overflowed with positive and witty remarks from netizens.
The Delhi Traffic Police have tried everything in their power to reduce road accidents in the country, including creating awareness through memes and launching a drive to intensify road safety awareness in the national capital on September 14. As part of the special drive, Delhi traffic police issued challans with a fine of Rs 1,000 to 17 people for not wearing rear seat belts.
In central Delhi, the traffic police checked Barakhamba Road near Connaught Place for compliance. It follows the death of former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry (54) on September 4 in Maharashtra’s Palghar district. Despite being in the rear of the vehicle, Mistry was not wearing a seatbelt, police said.