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Dec 16, 2018
8:32PM

V Prez flags-off car rally for Parliamentarians

PTI
Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu flagged-off a car rally for Parliamentarians in New Delhi today. The objective of the rally is to promote awareness among the people on road safety and responsible driving. A number of sitting and former members of Parliament participated in the rally.

Speaking on the occasion, the Vice President said, road safety is the need of the hour and these kinds of the rallies are essential to create awareness and promote road safety. Mr Naidu said, road safety campaigns should be organized in educational institutions across the country. 

On this occasion, Mr Naidu also paid floral tributes to former Parliamentarians who lost their lives in road accidents. The attraction of this year's event is the participation of several MLAs, bureaucrats, armed forces and police personnel.

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