Traffic Police Tightens ‘No-Horn’ Drive In Nepal
"The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division (MTPD) is strictly administering the 'No-Horn' campaign."
Despite the fact that the campaign has been in place since April 2017, it has not proven effective in recent times.
A Rs 500 charge is imposed for sounding the horn without a good justification.
The MTPD states that no one shall sound the horn in any case other than the invisibility of cars approaching from the other direction and the high likelihood of an accident if the horn is not blown.
Similarly, only a modest horn will be permitted in high-risk zones.
The 'no horn' restriction will not apply to emergency vehicles such as ambulances, fire engines, security staff, hearses, and so on.
The program is being run in collaboration with the Metropolitan Traffic Police Division, Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Padmakanya Multiple Campus, and Kantipur Dental College and Hospital.
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