Honda and City Police conduct Road Safety Convention 2019

Coimbatore City Police joined hands with Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt.Ltd and conducted ‘Road have Safety Convention 2019’ at Rathinam Auditorium, Rathinam Tech Zone Campus, Echanaari, Coimbatoreto 400+ school Principals of the city.

The prime idea behind this event is to promote greater awareness about Road Safety and spread awareness about Coimbatore Traffic Park to school Principals who could take it to greater extent through the student community.

The convention was held in the presence of Sumit Sharan, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Coimbatore, Sujith Kumar, IPS, Deputy Commissioner (Traffic), Prabhu Nagaraj, Vice President, Brand & Communication, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt.Ltd.

Geetha, District Education Officer addressed the gathering and highlighted that not all parents buy bikes with whole heart but due to thr children’s pressure. She expressed her joy in being a part of this event.

Prabhu Nagaraj, while addressing the gathering said ” As a responsible two wheeler manufacturer, Honda is committed towards expanding road safety awareness among all age groups.”

He highlighted various programs Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt.Ltd has done and is doing in the city by joining hands with educational institutions and the Coimbatore City Police.

Sujith Kumar, IPS while addressing the gathering conveyed that Young boys are dying mostly due to road rule violations and he urged the principals to take the valuable message of road safety and also wanted to bring their students to Coimbatore Children’s Traffic Park to educate them on thr value and vitality of road safety.

He requested private schools to lend their buses to govt schools so thay they can also take part in the activities of the children’s Traffic park. He thanked Honda for their support in making this Children’s Traffic Park run smoothly, serve the society superbly by making the children responsible citizens of tomorrow.


Sumit Sharan IPS while addressing the gathering cited that in 2016, 70,00 riders of TN died on road but in 2018 the number was brought down to 47%. He said to user the Police E Eye app to inform traffic violations people see in the city.

Manikam, CEO of Rathinam College proposed Vote of Thanks.