Two Men One Mission: Make People Aware of Traffic Laws
Sunder Lal Mandawat a well known advocate of Udaipur started his mission against traffic police and their irregularities in 1992, since then Mr. Mandawat is fighting regularly with many social issues, one among them was the subject of helmet compulsion in Udaipur.
This is the story of two men hailing from different professional backgrounds but having a common aim to make people aware of the law and order. They encouraged and are still campaigning against several social problems and corruption. Sunderlal Mandawat, a senior advocate of Udaipur and Mahesh Jain a social worker.Sunder Lal Mandawat a senior and well known advocate of Udaipur started his mission against irregularities of traffic and RTO authorities in 1992, since then Mr. Mandawat is fighting continuously with many similar issues, one among them was the subject of wearing helmet in Udaipur.
It would be wrong to say that Mr. Mandwat is against the law of helmet but he is against the irregularities of Traffic Police and RTO in terms of wrongly fining citizens and harrasing them by seizing their vehicles.
Mr. Mandawat first tried to get the stay order from court in the year 1995 then again in the year 2002.
Mr. Mahesh Jain, an automobile dealer by occupation, is also a well known socialist who started fighting for the rights of citizens. He founded Jan Jagran Samiti two years back. Both, Mr. Mandawat and Mr. Jain later came together with common platform for their noble cause and named it “Mewar Sangharsh Samiti”.
Mr. Mandawat said that more than 90% people don’t know the law and this is the worst thing going on. People are not aware of anything. The following laws of Motor Vehicle Act are least known to the common man and hence, they suffer.
We hope these laws will help you know your rights and save you from being cheated/harassed. Be aware, follow the rules, drive safely!