Redouble traffic safety measures: Crown Prince

Redouble traffic safety measures: Crown Prince

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Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Naif, deputy premier and minister of interior, attends a meeting of senior security officials in Riyadh on Wednesday. – SPA
Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Naif, deputy premier and minister of interior, attends a meeting of senior security officials in Riyadh on Wednesday. – SPA

RIYADH – Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Naif, deputy premier and minister of interior, underlined the need for redoubling efforts to ensure traffic safety across the Kingdom. “The traffic rules and regulations shall strictly be implemented by applying all means to ensure safety of human beings and properties,” he said after reviewing the Traffic Strategic Plan at his office in Riyadh on Wednesday.

Lt. Gen. Othman Al-Mohrej, director of Public Security, briefed the Crown Prince on the efforts being made to contain traffic accidents by adopting the highly advanced technology.

The Crown Prince instructed the traffic authorities to present him monthly reports about the traffic safety measures being taken by them.

Several senior officials of the Ministry of Interior, Public Security and Traffic Department also attended the meeting.

5 COMMENTS

  1. To avoid major accidents, there should be heavy fines to use mobile phones, no one should be spared, I see on my left and right every single driver uses mobile phone, it should be completely banned.

  2. It is definitely a good message from the Crown Prince to ensure road safety.
    I wish people realize the consequences of bad driving.
    Even the smallest of traffic accidents cause so much trouble to everyone – right from the cars and people involved to the traffic blockage that it causes and the time spent on the whole procedure and insurance worries.
    So many people use mobile phones and don’t even look at the road. Not just the drivers – even the people crossing the roads and jumping over the dividers on the highways. Is that phone call/ message/ social media post more important that life itself?
    Allah has blessed us with very high order brains and thinking capacity; if only we use our brains and set our priorities it would be so much better for all of us.

  3. Whoever fall in an accident he/ she must go in jail for at least 30 days. Financial penalty will not be acceptable. Sure, there will not be happen any accident.

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