Rakhi tied to jawans and drivers on the highway. Commendable initiative of Dudhvakhara police, created a bond of trust
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On the occasion of Rakshabandhan festival, the Dudhvakhara police tied a knot of faith on the wrist of army personnel, bus and truck drivers on NH 52 on Wednesday.
On the occasion of Rakshabandhan festival, the Dudhvakhara police tied a knot of faith on the wrist of army personnel, bus and truck drivers on NH 52 on Wednesday. In this way, the program of tying Rakhi on the highway was a living example of Ganga-Jamuni culture.
This was a good initiative by Dudhvakhara police station officer Alka Bishnoi. On Wednesday, he selflessly tied rakhi and fed sweets to the drivers passing on NH 52 of Doodhwakhara police station area by removing Tilak. The vehicle drivers also promised to follow the traffic rules by tying rakhi to the station officer Alka Bishnoi. The police station staff also distributed sweets to the needy and slum dwellers in the area.
Police Station Officer Alka Bishnoi said that the vehicle drivers appreciated the innovative initiative of the police. He said that this has strengthened the confidence of the common people in the police. On this occasion, many policemen including Head Constable Jagdish Prasad, Rakesh Lamboria, Pradeep Kumar, Constable Pradeep Jhajharia, Naresh Tetarwal, Naresh Kumar, Rajendra Kumar were present.