Supreme Court passes 25 directions for ensuring Road Safety [Read judgment]

Chandan Goswami December 1 2017
Road Safety

The Supreme Court has passed a slew of directions while hearing a PIL on road safety in India. The Court has directed the Union Territories and States, which have not formed road safety policies to formulate the same by January 2018.

A two-judge Bench of Justices Madan Lokur and Deepak Gupta passed the order in a petition filed by S Rajaseekaran, an orthopedic surgeon from Coimbatore. The petitioner had contended that 90% of deaths in road accidents are . . .

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