The government guidelines aim to protect those who report and help accident victims
GN Bureau | March 4, 2016
The supreme court has made the guidelines for protection of good Samaritans, notified by the government of India last year, binding in all states and union territories of the country. The guidelines seek to protect those who help person(s) injured in road accidents from police intimidation, detention at hospitals and protracted court cases.
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