In a bid to create awareness about road safety, petrol pumps in UP’s Aligarh city are refusing fuel to people who ride their two-wheeler without a helmet.
Petrol pumps in Aligarh have stopped giving fuel to two-wheeler riders who come without a helmet. The directions for the same had been given by District Magistrate (DM) Chandra Bhushan Singh. pic.twitter.com/AeX3riZGhk— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) June 24, 2019
The directive which was issued by District Magistrate (DM) Chandra Bhushan Singh was welcomed by the workers and managers at petrol pumps.
A social worker in the city also appreciated the move.
I myself came in without a helmet and was denied petrol in almost all the pumps I visited in Aligarh today. I congratulate the DM and his entire team for this initiative and think it should be strictly followed for the safety of the public. This will save a lot of lives.
Twitter is also praising this rule.
Very good excellent decision, UP needs this— VANDANA CHAUDHARY 👸 (@vandana10652421) June 25, 2019
Nice initiative…we expect all from govt. But will not even wear helmet for our own safety..@myogiadityanath #HelmetNhiToPetrolNhi— Kapil Tyagi (@simplyarpana) June 24, 2019
Good start should b all the state in india.— Sudharaghupathy (@sudharaghupathy) June 25, 2019
Good move! No petrol/parking without helmets.— नेपोलियन बौनापार्टी (@Lavish) June 24, 2019