Goa mulls policy to check drunk driving
Panaji: The Goa government is mulling framing a rule to fix responsibility on liquor outlets to ensure drunk customers don’t drive back home in the night. Chief minister Manohar Parrikar said this on Saturday while announcing a slew of measures to curb drink- driving related accidents in the tourist state. He said the police department would initiate stringent action against those driving in an inebriated state. It has procured 100 alcometers ( breath analysers) at a cost of 36 lakh to curb drink- driving. The CM was addressing a gathering at Canacona.