Law is equal to all- Capital police intensified implementing the traffic rule

Itanagar

In Arunachal the  law sometime is not implemented properly or sometime the implementing officers or personnel are either threatened or transferred or not being allowed to implement the rule of law during its regulation. But  “ Law is equal for all ” , this was proved by the capital police on Monday during a special drive to intensify the implementation of traffic rules.

An instance of such was seen today when the capital police who was on the surprised police checking to the motor vehicle was continued at ZERO Point Tinali in Itanagar. The team led by Itanagar SDPO Techi Hanyir who was at the job along with her team members of Itanagar Police Station was continuing her move in checking of all types of motor vehicle and special focus was done on the tainted glass still fitted in the vehicles and riding even after the ban by the Supreme Court of India .

Law is equal to all- Capital police intensified implementing the traffic rule

Many law, rules and regulation are being framed  time to time for implementation keeping in view the interest of common man for the safety and security of the people but today many high level officer and few lawmakers were not adhering to the rule of law being enforce by the police and administration.

It is a matter of concern on part of administration also as because the shops who are selling these colour films and are being allowed to fit in the vehicle. There have been so many reason that these tainted glass due to which many cases are not being solved as due to non availability of transparency in the vehicles which need to removed completely. The administration also need to take a note and issue strict order to those seller of the tainted glass need to be taken to on urgent basis.

So far more than 70 vehicle tainted glasses were removed in the special drive conducted apart of normal checking of two wheelers without helmet and triple ride and vehicle without number plates.