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Wednesday, 19 April 2017 14:26

Govt bans use of red, blue beacons by VIPs, including Prez, PM from May 1

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New Delhi, Apr 19: In a big move to end VIP culture, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday banned the use of red and blue beacon on vehicles of dignitaries, including the President, Prime Minister, ministers, and judges.

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The decision will be implemented from May 1.

However, emergency vehicles, like ambulance, can continue to use red or blue beacons.

The newly-formed governments in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab under the leadership of yogi Adityanath and Captain Amarinder Singh respectively, have already shunned the use of red beacon lights on vehicles.

 

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Like [1]Dislike [0] #11 Rikaz, Mangalore2017-04-19
Good initiation....otherwise these big wigs creating nuisance on road...thinking that they just came down from somewhere....
 
 
Like [3]Dislike [0] #10 Sriram, Mangalore2017-04-19
Modi Government and BJP must thank Kejriwal/AAP for taking the initiative.
Copycat ???
A Panel should be formed by the Centre/LG to investigate How and Why AAP/Kejriwal took this decision before Modi Government.
 
 
Like [1]Dislike [0] #9 Subhash, Mangalore2017-04-19
Very very long awaited good decision
 
 
Like [2]Dislike [0] #8 Justice, Heaven2017-04-19
Do politicians really need that red light? NO. Before VIP movement all roads are blocked already. By removing light you can't bring relief to citizens. Move with general public as a normal citizen of India.
 
 
Like [1]Dislike [0] #7 Mohan, Mangalore2017-04-19
Its a necessary evil for few positions. Think before criticizing.
 
 
Like [1]Dislike [0] #6 Avinash, Mangalore2017-04-19
Good step...
 
 
Like [1]Dislike [2] #5 Arun, Mangalore2017-04-19
Shaabash Modi sarkar.... Appreciate these small measures to make governance more people friendly. You guys are setting a lot of benchmarks for the govts to come and expectations from them. Keep it up.
 
 
Like [1]Dislike [0] #4 Kumar, Mangalore2017-04-19
Good for common people
 
 
Like [1]Dislike [0] #3 Rakesh, Mangalore2017-04-19
Good move . Govt needs to be complimented.
 
 
Like [3]Dislike [0] #2 Nirmal, Bangalore2017-04-19
This is good but a Diversion Tactics of Modi in the name of another Nationalism. The Government has miserably failed all around in their call for Development and Growth and more in terms of Economics of the Country and they need some thing to be in lime light as the Election Season nears now At the end it is our Hard Earned Tax Payers money being lavishly enjoyed and used by these white Posh Netas of India.
 
 
Like [0]Dislike [0] #1 NoName, Mangalore2017-04-19
Good decision
 

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