Laws are in­ad­e­quate

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - Live - - OPINION/EDUCATION - AK Sharma,

The road safety is fast be­com­ing a ma­jor con­cern for the res­i­dents of the tric­ity. The ef­forts of the law en­forc­ing agen­cies to curb the road ac­ci­dents and traf­fic vi­o­la­tions are prov­ing out to be quite in­ad­e­quate. Peo­ple, es­pe­cially the younger gen­er­a­tion seems to be be­com­ing law-re­sis­tant, which means that ei­ther the laws are not en­forced prop­erly or they are sim­ply in­ad­e­quate. Both the cases spell doom for the res­i­dents. The ad­min­is­tra­tion, in con­sul­ta­tion with ex­perts and other prom­i­nent cit­i­zens of tric­ity, must evolve ways and means of en­sur­ing the road safety. Laws should be en­forced strictly and if need arises, strin­gent laws should also be en­acted and en­forced.

Chandi­garh

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