Let’s abolish accidents

    • Let's abolish road accidents!
    • By furqan Ali
    • Taking a large puff of cigarette or driving a bike at 100km/h plus is really enthusiasm for youth mainly for our teenagers.we all are conscious about this but have you ever reckon that why this so?  What are the reasons that captivate them to do?  And what are the worse outcomes we are facing? Today I am going to extrapolate some salient facts which convicted us!
    • Road traffic accidents mainly bike accidents is the momentous issue which we are facing now a days for which we have to be cautious. Steadfastly increasing accident rate make me pensive and drag me to write on this misery.
    • It's serene that no one wants to pull their love ones towards death (painfull death)  and indeed none of us drag ourselves towards accidents then why the rate is increasing day by day?  The simple answer comes in our minds that it just because of "will of GOD" is this a logical reply or it is absurd? It is absurd! because GOD blessed us with the power to differentiate between good and evil,  right and wrong!  So it's just because of our careless attitude and idle that we loss our love ones indeed our lives!
    • Firstly parents play a momentous role in bringing a positive change and they are mainly responsible for their children deeds. They have to take care of their children and keep eyes on their activities. They have to come down on their children like turn of bricks if they don't lesson to them instead of providing bikes to their teenager children on their unwanted desires because their lives are more important than their desires.
    • Likewise government have to strick their policies for under age driving,  helmet should be necessary wear while driving. There should be a speed limit and wheeling should be sticky ban to save from tragedies.
    It is spick and span that a single Person/organization can't bring changes alone.  We all have to reckon about this,  we all have to step forward to " say no to accidents" because our youth is our future. Indeed it needs more leg work.
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