Doori Hai Zaroori

Traffic Distancing to Ensure Safer Roads in India

Post #Covid19 Lockdown, as India is coming back to its Roads, Crashes are reported from all parts of the country, rather more deadly crashes are reported, its time we take #IndiaAgainstRoadCrash #IARC2020 to its next logical conclusion of #Preventive intervention, #SelfDiscipline, together with its existing Supporting Partners FICCI, ACMA, SIAM, CII-Yi , FADA, AIAWA, ASDC, AIMA, NGO Arrive safe, Save Life Foundation, WRI, Raahgiri day , Center for Road Safety, Jaipur AWC, RSO-Gurgaon, Faridabad, Hella, WABCO & Brakes India, Bharat Scouts & Guide, NCC, CRPF, RAF, ITBP, BSF, CISF NSS, Sports Authority of India, NDRF, Rotary Clubs, and many more.



#1 One Crore Steps

The longest and largest walkathon from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, was organised in July 2018 to spread awareness on road safety. A total of 135+ crore steps were accumulated with many eager participants striving to be the change and help make Indian Roads Safer.


#2 One Crore Haath

A National Self Enforcement drive was conducted to spread awareness around road safety. People formed human chains across 100+ locations throughout the country, to make vehicle owners aware of following the road safety norms.

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#3 IARC2020

The India Against Road Crash 2020 was a grand success throughout the nation with the motto #JabHumBadlengeTohDeshBadlega. Various seminars and education drives were held throughout the country to spread awareness on road safety and help people become ore responsible while on the roads.


#4 Doori Hai Zaroori

The objective of the campaign is to positively enforce behavioural change in existing as well as future drivers so that they maintain distance from other vehicles on the road and eventually lead them to defensive driving habit. The campaign #DooriHaiZaroori aims to target anyone who drives a vehicle to digitally learn the benefits of maintaining traffic distance on roads, keeping themselves and others around them safe.

Traffic Distancing for Safer Roads

You too can participate and help change the scenario on Indian roads.