Sunday, April 16, 2017

We the People of India – 8/2017 16, April 2017

Honorable  - Prime Minster Shri Modi Ji

Official India Hates Fun
Before we ban something outright, we should think consequences and global standards

For some reason, officially, Indians are supposed to hate fun. Little wonder our politicians or courts don’t spare a moment to reconsider a decision that will kill fun.  As long as the intent is good we don’t mind crushing anything fun, even though the decisions might not achieve anything worth while.   

Overnight, the 500 meter alcohol sales rule has rendered thousands of businesses unviable and will make lakhs of people lose their jobs

If we analyze the statics published by NCRB (National Crime Review Bureau) nearly 1.8 lakhs people are killed in road accidents every year on Indian Roads. The number of people killed in drunken driving varies between 25 to 50 people every year in last three year 2014 to 2016. The number is very marginal. To make drunken driving deterrence we should consider the following options –
a)     First offence – Rs. 10,000 fine and punching of driving license as a warning.
b)     Second offence – Rs. 15,000 fine and suspension of license for One year.
c)     Third offence – Rs. 25,000 fine and suspension of license for Three years.
d)     Forth offence – Rs. 50,000 fine and suspension of license for Life.

May be we will achieve batter results


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