Thank You PM For Acknowledging Our Letters

The Logical Indian

August 2nd, 2015 / 9:33 PM

Source: airdfamily

Dear Logical Indians! Here’s a positive news for all of us! The letters signed by us are reaching to the Prime Minister. On last Sunday’s “Mann Ki Baat”, he acknowledged that he is receiving a lot of letters demanding better laws for road safety. Thank you for sending thousands of letters through roadsafetyatrisk.in and asking the PM for clear commitment. We hope the PM will ensure a strong road safety bill in Parliament and that all parties will support the same.

Recently, the Supreme Court finally passed the Good Samaritan guidelines. We thank Save Life foundation for putting their efforts for past few years and making this possible!

Our requests over email were heard, its time we hit the grounds. On 8th August, in association with Save Life Foundation we are organising and participating in a silent march in New Delhi.

Join hundreds of our community members in New Delhi on August 8, 2015 for a peaceful walk demanding safer roads for ourselves and our future.

Click on the event link to join. RSVP Now!


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