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Food Apps staff warned for violating Traffic Rules

Food Apps staff warned for violating Traffic Rules
Food Apps staff warned for violating Traffic Rules
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Hyderabad sources reported that Cyberabad traffic police officials held a safety review meeting with officials from Swiggy, Zomato and Uber Eats following complaints from road users regarding traffic rule violations by food delivery personnel. Accordingly the complaints included drunken driving, rash driving, driving in the wrong direction signal jumping, indiscriminate honking, lane indiscipline, cell phone usage and number plate tampering.



Meanwhile Cyberabad DCP S.M. Vijay Kumar asked the companies to take discourage their personnel from breaking traffic rules. Furthermore Mr. Kumar said a mechanism for taking stringent action against repeat traffic rule violators based on a points system has been proposed. Reportedly he said other measures like a system for background verification of the food delivery personnel, maintenance of customer data, behavioral and traffic training and grievance redressal mechanism for the public were discussed.

Food Apps staff warned for violating Traffic Rules

Moreover the companies assured the police of taking all measures to ensure public safety on the roads and traffic discipline. Further they agreed to put in place a system for continuous surveillance of their personnel.


Food Apps staff warned for violating Traffic Rules
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