Beware! Anger on the road could cost you your licence; here’s what Delhi government plans

With an aim to check road-rage incidents in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government is likely to move a proposal in which it will lay down a provision for suspending the driving licence of an individual found involved in incidents of road rage. The suspension could continue for at least three months. The Delhi government, in its reply to a public interest litigation (PIL), stated: The PIL filed by a Delhi University law student sought directions to authorities to take preventive steps so drivers do not resort to The student also claimed that wrongdoers who resort to violent behaviour on roads cannot be brought to book easily due to multiple lacunae in the law. Delhi Police, however, rejected the allegations made by the student saying Delhi government The central government The department said that a sub-committee would be constituted with the aim to identify measures to improve driving skills and inculcate road safety habits in the drivers.


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