Comply with traffic lane law – Police
Posted in Local News
The two-week grace period granted for motorists to comply with the traffic lane law will commence today.
Accordingly, motorists have been instructed to comply with the traffic lane law which will be strictly implemented across all parts of the country.
Speaking to NewsRadio Police Media Spokesperson Superintendent of Police Ruwan Gunasekara said the Police Headquarters has decided to enforce the law within all police divisions.
The traffic lane law gives police the authority to arrest drivers who change their lanes haphazardly.
(Source: News Radio)
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What about wearing helmets in Muslim Enclaves? Police are very brave to implement Traffic Laws to Sinhala folks. This should be stopped.
Do you mean to say Muslims should ride motorbikes withou helmets?
Please examine you comments; it is highly racis*.
Mr. F. Fernando, Let me put it this way. Muslims should wear Helmets. Police should strictly enforce this traffic Law. We all know in places like Kathankudi Muslims ride Motorcycles without helmets.
Helmets are for ones own safety to save ones head and brain from injury, if the muslims in Kathankudy do not wear helmets it shows they do not have heads or put it in another way their they must be having empty sculls and brains are not in the top part of their bodies but in situated in the lower part