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M.S.Ansari
Wrote on 01 August 2015  

I totally agreed with Mr.K S Venkataraman opinion to make one nation law, in spite of national and state dual law.


s.samuel james devasagayam
Wrote on 21 October 2014  

I welcome the new Act to replace the old M.V.act -Adv.S.Samuel James Devasagayam


s.samuel james devasagayam
Wrote on 21 October 2014  

I welcome the new Act to replace the old M.V.act -Adv.S.Samuel James Devasagayam


K S Venkataraman
Wrote on 22 August 2014  

The most important thing is that this subject should be taken away from the State governments and there should be one national law governing it. Sometimes those who have to move from state to state are subjected to heavy expenditure and wastage of time in every state. Not only this. Uniformity of rules and procedures, and better efficiency could be achieved if this becomes a national subject. Of course, state level politicians would oppose this move for obvious reasons but the interests of good governance would be served only if this is implemented early.


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