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We know what works: Increased use of Helmet and Seat-Belt, adhered Speed Limits, No Drink and Drive, Awareness, Knowledge of Road Rules and Regulations


In a country like ours where the population is beyond 125 crores, even after the highest level efforts,  only the government cannot be held responsible for Road Safety.


No individual can share all the responsibilities in this sector. Some can devote time, some can educate and some can support financially. We are able to educate the people, 

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India is a developing country and for every development what needed is the investment of Time and Energy.

Motorization saves both time and energy required for the development. Therefore we can not stand against the motorization. Motorization is a must for every developed and developing country,

The world is rapidly motorizing and motorization is directly proportional to the accidents. The report on accidents shows that more concerted action is needed, and it is needed now. Without this, we can expect a rise in the number of deaths and injuries on our roads.

So in March 2010, the UN General Assembly proclaimed 2011–2020 the Decade of Action for Road Safety, a global goal of reducing the forecasted level of global road fatalities by increasing activities conducted at national, regional, and global levels.

In our country the situation is much more alarming. We are losing about 1,50,000 lives in a year (about 460 lives per day means one life in every 4th minute ) and getting 2,50,000 people disabled in road accidents. The economic loss due to these accidents is about 3% of Indian GDP means a loss of Rs. 55,000 crores to the Indian economy in a year.

Unfortunately the most effected in road accidents are the young people who are the bread winners for their family in many societies. It is truly heart wrenching.

Therefore more effective action is urgently needed to protect all of us on roads.


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