Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Increasing incidences of Road Rage in India

Suddenly, Indian roads are becoming more violent, thanks to increasing incidences of road rages in India. Yesterday, in similar road rage incidence a young air force pilot lost his life. This incidence took place in Himachal near town of Kasauli. This incidence started with altercation over the parking space and later resulting in the death of Flight Lieutenant Anubhav Rao. Anubhav was just 24 years old and had a great career ahead.

The main accused in this case is a local lawyer who reportedly stabbed Anubhav and his friend accompanying him. Few days back one such similar incidence was reported from Delhi where husband and wife driving a car had to run in to a police station for saving their lives. Otherwise, also it is very common to hear many such incidences from different parts of India. Today, more and more numbers of people are becoming owners of cars and vehicles thanks to easy loans and increase in earning of people.

However, our roads are still not ready to accommodate these new drivers and many people start driving vehicles on road even without learning proper driving. Finally, every person believes that roads are his personal property, therefore, easily become violent over trivial issues. People really need to understand that roads belong to every Indian and we need to respect traffic rules for driving safely on roads.

If in this way, we go on killing our own people on roads then we are only doing the jobs of terrorists and criminals. Today, situation is showing alarming signs and time has come to take some serious measures otherwise thousands of people will be killed on roads due to road rage in future.

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