The state government is serious about preventing road accidents in Rajasthan: Ashok Gehlot
The state government is serious about preventing road accidents in Rajasthan and effective efforts are being made in this direction. In Rajasthan, about 10 thousand people are victims of accidents.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot was on Udaipur Yatra on Friday. During this, he held a public hearing at the Circuit House.
Ashok Gehlot said on this occasion that the roads have become very good in the state, modern and high speed vehicles have come, people drive very fast, hence the number of accidents has increased. People should drive carefully. It is also the responsibility of the media and voluntary organizations to create awareness among the public so that accidents can be reduced.
During this, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot inspected the super specialty block of Maharana Bhupal Hospital in Udaipur and inquired about the well being of the patients and the injured being treated in the ICU located on the fourth floor. First of all, the Chief Minister recently met the injured in the road accident near Nandeshwar ji on Jhadol Road and got to know about their health while talking to them. He inquired about the medical facilities and services being provided to these patients and their families and assured the injured that they would get well soon.