Informations 28 June 2022-nd

As a result of the measures taken by the employees of the Regiment on Environmental Monitoring of the Main State Traffic Police Department of the MIA, the illegal actions of Rashad Najafov, who was driving a bus under the influence of drugs, were prevented. Thus, Rashad Najafov, the driver of the bus “MIDIBUS” brand, state registration plate 90-CT-684, moving from Sulutapa settlement towards the capital, was detained by the employees of TPS Regiment on Environmental Monitoring. The driver's actions during the verification of documents caused doubts, he was provided with a medical examination. During the examination, Rashad Najafov was determined to take drugs, and he admitted that he was a drug user. According to the relevant article of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Republic of Azerbaijan Rashad Najafov was sent to the court for consideration and drawing up an administrative protocol. By the decision of the court Rashad Najafov was arrested administratively for 2 days with the restriction of the right to drive a vehicle for 15 years.

Appeal of the Main STP Department of the MIA to road participants on the beginning of a new school year

14 September 2020-th

The intensity of traffic on the streets and roads where secondary schools are located, especially in the capital, is expected to increase due to the beginning the new school year on September 15.

Taking into aforementioned, the Main STP Department of the MIA asks the road participants that parents who take their students to school should strictly follow the rules of safe traffic on the streets and roads, drivers who drive their children to school should strictly follow the rules of stopping, turnout and parking in the area, and parents who use public transport should strictly follow the rules of using medical masks to protect the respiratory tract, while maintaining the recommended social distance.

We hope that every road participant will approach our appeal thoughtfully to ensure the safety of young childiren, to avoid traffic jams in the capital, to ensure the smooth and uninterrupted movement of other road users and will not cause difficulties for young pupils on the roads on the first day of school by performing their duties, as well as demonstrate citizenship in preventing the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) infection by assisting in police action.

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