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Schedule for 'no horn zone' in Pokharatext size increase   text size decrease   Print    rss (२०७४ आषाढ २३, शुक्रवार)


The District Traffic Police Office, Kaski has made public a one month schedule under the 'no horn zone' to be launched in the Lakeside from July 16.

The information was provided at a press conference held by the Traffic Office today.

Under this plan, boards reading 'no horn' would be put up at various places in the city and other awareness programmes be conducted.

Training would be provided for drivers, information pamphlets be distributed and other awareness programmes including on zebra crossing and road accident and safety. RSS 

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