Drunken Driving: Law should be amended to incorporate Zero Tolerance policy, Madras HCOctober 25 2019
The Madras High Court on Friday pressed for the need to introduce appropriate amendments to the Motor Vehicle law in India so that there is a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to drunken driving.
In this regard, Justice R Mahadevan observed,
".... since Section 185 is placed in Chapter 13 of the Motor Vehicles Act, the Central Government is to consider a suitable amendment in this regard by allowing various State Governments / Union Territories to . . .
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