Tejaswini Balabhaskar Law- Road Safety in Kerala

Tejaswini Balabhaskar Law- Road Safety in Kerala

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Shery Thomas started this petition to Sri Pinarayi Vijayan (Chief Minister, Kerala)

 

 Invoking  “Tejaswini Balabhaskar Law”

Our beloved Balabhaskar passed away. Little Tejaswini went ahead of him, drowning all of us in deep sorrow and leaving her mother lonely on this planet.

The least we could do for the departed souls is to amend our behaviour in order to prevent another similar event. It’s in our blood to blame destiny for all mishaps; however, we too believe that the course of our future can be changed with passionate determination.

Driving is a privilege and not a birth right of citizens. Society gives us the licence to drive based on the skills we acquire and ability to follow the traffic rules.

 Proposals for Kerala:

We are sure that our government is already ahead of the game and must be planning on measures to improve the road safety in Kerala.

However; due to recent events, we would like to invoke our government to take appropriate and quick steps in enacting new rules and regulations in line with the changing patterns in our society.

They also need to publicise the new proposals widely so that people will understand and take up the challenge in the true spirit of love and care.

 Society’s Responsibility and Suggestions for Government:

 1:We urge the government to regulate that it’s the driver’s responsibility to make sure that the child is on the appropriate seat and is wearing a seat belt.

 2: We urge the government to give hospitals the power not to allow ‘new mother and babies’ from the maternal units to go home on a car, unless they have an appropriate car seat.

3: We would like our government representative to meet up with the next of kin of late BalaBhaskar to take permission for naming the law in his name and keep the bereaved family in the close proximity of the proposed plans.

 4: We urge the government to pass these laws before the first anniversary of our beloved Balabhaskar.

 5: We urge the government to publicise these rules widely rather than allowing the traffic police to impose heavy fines at ‘stop and searches’.

 

 

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Mr Shery Thomas and Mr James Mathew and Mr Rubin Mathew

 

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