Delhi Traffic Police does something unbelievable to spread awareness about traffic safety; details inside

Delhi Police has launched a campaign for National Road Safety Week 2019 and you can't miss their unique strategy to spread safety awareness. Check it out.

Delhi Police has hit the headlines with its unique strategy to spread safety awareness. Well, safety is mandatory, but somewhere, we forget to follow the much-needed traffic rules. Be it wearing the seatbelt or helmet while driving a two-wheeler, traffic rules should be compulsorily followed no matter what and Delhi police is leaving no stone unturned to spread the awareness. Delhi Police has launched a campaign for National Road Safety Week 2019. 
 
Delhi Police has stepped up the game for the same by holding a mirror to people on two-wheelers. Traffic police was seen holding a mirror to the couple who were riding without a helmet. A video has gone viral which sees traffic police holding up a mirror and flips placards having strong traffic safety messages. Messages like "Mera helmet meri suraksha", "Aapki surakshit yatra ki shubhkaamna" can be seen on the placards. The video has gone viral on the social media and everyone has been appreciating Head Constable Sandeep Kumar for coming up with such a unique initiative for road safety. 
 
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People have lauded Delhi Police's initiative for road safety. What do you think? Share your thoughts on the same in the comments section below. 

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