Put basic infrastructure in order, then implement amended M V Act : Cong
By Heraldgoa 10-Sep-2019
- The Congress across the country has raised its voice against the hefty fines under the amended Motor Vehicle Act; however, the party wing in Goa said the same should be implemented once the basic infrastructure is put in order.
- The Congress Legislative Party on Monday at its first meeting under the leadership of Digambar Kamat raised strong apprehensions over the implementation of new traffic rules in absence of proper roads and infrastructure.
- Addressing media persons after the meet, Kamat said, “We are of the clear view that unless basic infrastructure such as signboards and proper roads are put in place, the new traffic rule should not be implemented.”
- "I had urged Chief Minister Pramod Sawant and Transport Minister Mauvin Godinho to defer the implementation of new traffic rules till basic infrastructure is made available to the public for safe, secure and smooth driving and ensure safety of pedestrians," Kamat said.
- Stating that he is of the firm opinion that all those who use roads should strictly follow the rules, Kamat said that the Act also holds officials responsible who fail to provide proper roads.
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