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‘Helmet boy’ creates waves on social media

October 21, 2017 6:01 pm Category: AP, SLIDER NEWS A+ / A-

IV class student T. Jayachandra Prasad takes up awareness drive on Vijayawada thoroughfares.

Helmet Boy VijayawadaVIJAYAWADA: Ten-year-old T. Jayachandra Prasad, a Class IV student of Ravindra Bharthi Public school, has emerged as a centre of attraction to denizens for he is seen wearing a helmet while riding a bicycle on the
thoroughfares of Vijayawada, The Hindu reports.

Keen on driving home the message of wearing helmet to prevent road accidents, this young school boy,
after returning from school is hitting the road with his bicycle to create awareness about helmet
wearing.

“The road mishaps are increasing with too much vehicles plying on the roads. Driving two-wheelers at
breakneck speed has become a passion among youngsters. Helmets will save lives,” said the young
crusader.

Those driving their vehicles wearing helmets looked at him with pride while those were not (wearing)
felt uncomfortable while confronting him. Some even took selfies and appreciated his act for a social
cause.

“It is very thoughtful of the boy to take up this mission. He is on a bicycle with a helmet for the
past two weeks. Earlier he was pedalling around Krishna Lanka now he is seen on the M.G. Road with a
placard – Use Your Helmet – tied around his handle,” said Traffic Circle Inspector Murali Krishna.

The ‘helmet boy’ is already making waves in social media such as Facebook, Whatsapp and accolades are
pouring in from various sections of the society on his meaningful mission. “I saw the several awareness
rallies conducted by the police department on the importance helmet-wearing. But still many are not
realising the importance of safety while driving. That is the reason why I took up this mission,” he
pointed out.

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