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- Well, have not read about the key points included in the policy but from what has been said it is touted as the most stringent policy ever to have drafted to curb the nuisance. Talking about "stringent", it is what we really need now in a country that hardly shows any respect for law and order. People are just buying vehicles like anything and parking outside on the roads and creating traffic issues.
To be frank, nothing else has been able to change their mindsets. So, it is time for such policies to come into effect. Though everyone will consider it dictating, it is still needed. The only debate would be the excessive charge and the "age-old-cribbing" that goes by "government-will-fill-their-pockets."
But then, it will also help curbing traffic issues and bringing down pollution levels to some extent.CommentQuote0Flag
- Policies and people (especially we as Indians) are like opposite poles. Until people find meaning in policies nothing can change. The people are the main problem to every crisis that the country goes through.CommentQuote0Flag