Shame garland: Campaign against public urination in Hyderabad
They garlanded the men and requested them not to urinate on footpaths.
Hyderabad: Mahankali traffic police led by inspector Rama Swamy on Thursday took up a campaigning against public urination by garlanding those relieving themselves on footpaths.
Two sub-inspectors, Ramanaiah and Kotaiah, along with the inspector went around the area and found people urinating on the footpath opposite the railway station near Subhash Chandra Bose statue at Secunde-secunderabd.
They garlanded the men and requested them not to urinate on footpaths and told them that public toilets were just a furlong away, one located opposite the railway station and another near the No. 10 bus stop.
This is not the first time that the Mahankali traffic police has taken up a novel campaign. Earlier too, they distributed chocolates to two-wheeler riders wearing helmets. This they did at junctions when nearly 20 two-wheelers were not wearing helmets and two of them were wearing.