Just Another Citizen Wednesday, 03 September 2014 06:42 AM
Considering that it is very rare that they get stopped for breaking road rules, guess they will never be going to courts either. So in other words they are free to do what they want?
shafie Thursday, 04 September 2014 06:08 AM
better increase police men salary by100otherwise not possible to Implement. via DM Android App
sam Thursday, 04 September 2014 05:43 AM
Bus drivers r king of the god . via DM iPad app
Sinhayaa Wednesday, 03 September 2014 09:06 AM
But also the ministers should travel on these busses to know the difficulties faced by the public. If you Travel on a 155 or 154 Bus they will stop for hours till the next bus comes and then start racing with the other making it harmful for all.
Never the less it’s also funny how most of the policemen are inside the pockets of the bus conductors and drivers as I hardly see the police taking action for reckless driving on these routes only find them waving and smiling at each other
Farook Wednesday, 03 September 2014 08:55 AM
[quote name="Labby"]So the traffic cop on duty is now deprived of a fast buck. That's not a bad idea but let's hope the errant bus driver will not get away once produced in courts. It's not all wrong doers who are punished; most of them get away by some 'letter of the law'.[/quote]
You are wrong. The policemen will be better off with the present rules as the driver will be willing to give the santhosama rather than going to courts!
weere Wednesday, 03 September 2014 08:55 AM
At last one significant achievement by the government .pl; include the trishaws as well as they too need to be disciplined..
kithudugama Wednesday, 03 September 2014 08:42 AM
ten lashes on the butt and let them continue
ravee Wednesday, 03 September 2014 01:32 PM
we can give more information abt this reckless guys if we are providede a method to contact DIG or represrntitives via DM Android App
Mano Wednesday, 03 September 2014 07:41 AM
They dont drive they fly - first to be checked are the school vans and buses which whizz past during school days. and tyhe school children still being tranported in 3 wheelers
good news but it wont happen i am sure
Izmy Wednesday, 03 September 2014 07:16 AM
Spot fines or producing them in courts won't work ,bi-cos most buses are owned by cops and it is a known secret that police and bus operaters have a good friendship among them.
s.dias Wednesday, 03 September 2014 02:41 AM
Very well done. This will reduce number of deaths, road accidents harassment to other drivers and pedestrians etc.
Hope police would implement the rule to letter.
Roshan Wednesday, 03 September 2014 06:39 AM
Good move, but in can increase the corruption. The driver will definitely try his best to bribe as he has to waste full day if he go to courts.
Labby Wednesday, 03 September 2014 06:14 AM
So the traffic cop on duty is now deprived of a fast buck. That's not a bad idea but let's hope the errant bus driver will not get away once produced in courts. It's not all wrong doers who are punished; most of them get away by some 'letter of the law'.
modeya Wednesday, 03 September 2014 05:50 AM
Damn Good. These bloody mad dogs have to be noosed
soblurred Wednesday, 03 September 2014 04:52 AM
Great move by the police. Driving with the hand ? What's illegal about that.
mohamed asfar Wednesday, 03 September 2014 04:19 AM
hats off to DIG. do not give into bus drivers. people are with u. implement the same to 3 wheel drivers also.
piumal Wednesday, 03 September 2014 04:10 AM
This is more gainful to traffic police
peace Wednesday, 03 September 2014 09:06 AM
Another route to increase income doubles.. Good
La vérité en fin Wednesday, 03 September 2014 03:26 AM
This is a step in the right direction IF it is not just a bunch of empty words and hot air. Just this past week I saw a bus plying from Kottawa to Mattegoda, so overloaded that it was leaning to the left and people hanging out of the bus on the footboard or hanging on to other people--and it was going too fast.
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