After the Mahendragarh accident, the Haryana govt becomes strict

After the Mahendragarh accident, the haryana govt becomes strict…

Two days ago, six children were killed and many children were injured due to a school bus accident in Kanina, Mahendragarh, Haryana. After this incident, Nayab Singh Saini's government of haryana has adopted a strict stance. Now the government will investigate whether the school buses are following the safe school vehicle policy or not. Under this, the administration in Gurugram has started checking private buses, information about which has been given by Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Nishant Yadav. Deputy Commissioner Nishant Yadav said, “Six children had died. Many children were injured. Since then the government has aimed to ensure that all school vehicles are operated. It should be investigated whether they are following the safe school vehicle policy or not.

2600 buses of Gurugram will be inspected

Nishant Yadav said, "In that connection, we started checking all the vehicles of private schools in Gurugram. There are 520 schools in our district, out of which we are investigating 520 schools at five places. The number of buses registered in these schools is 2600 buses which we will investigate.

Investigation will be done on these parameters

Nishant Yadav said that we would check its different parameters. The school bus is painted yellow. The name of the school should be written on the bus. An emergency contact number should be written. school contract details should be there. There should be no black painting on the window. There should be a grill on the window so that children do not go out. There should be a speed limit, and CCTV should be installed. Must have GPS. There should be a first aid kit. The attendant and driver should be verified. The driver should have five years of experience in driving school buses and heavy vehicles. All documents should be present inside the bus. We are investigating all these aspects.

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