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Highcourt of which has suggested that ladies in sarees should not allowed to side on backside of any kind of two wheelers to avoid accidents and ask reply from central andcstate govt,?

Asked by Ramesh Agarwal, 25 Aug '08 07:04 pm
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The Kerala High Court Friday made a unique request to the central government. It asked whether a law could be framed that would bar sari-clad women from travelling on two-wheelers to avoid accidents.

This observation was made by a two-member division bench comprising Justice Ramachandran Nair and Justice V.K. Mohanan while hearing a petition filed by a woman called Susamma over compensation for a road accident.

In the past few months, Kerala has seen many road accidents involving women travelling by two-wheelers as their sari gets entwined in the rear wheel.

The court has asked the central government to look into the matter as the Motor Vehicles Act is governed by central laws.

The court also stressed that only two adults and a child could travel on two-wheelers at a time.
Answered by Jack Johnson, 25 Aug '08 07:08 pm

 
  
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I think its Bangalore
Answered by Arpan Kotia, 25 Aug '08 07:05 pm

 
  
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