He finished university studies and became a professor at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in 1998.Siras suffered from fits at a young age and was advised against marriage.After school in Nagpur, Siras studied psychology and linguistics at Nagpur University in India.
Activities that are not specifically restricted under the law are: The most frequently asked question regarding the new law is whether pets are specifically addressed by the law. In situations where the driver becomes too involved with their pet, police could reasonably argue that the distraction is comparable to the specifically banned activities of reading, writing and grooming and lay a charge.
Also, existing legislation -Traffic Safety Act115(2)(i) - allows police to charge a driver who permits anything, including a pet, to occupy the front seat of the vehicle such that it interferes with the driver's access to the vehicle controls andthe safe operation of the vehicle.
Further, Traffic Safety Act115(2)(j) - allows police to charge a driver who permits anything, including a pet, to cause any obstruction to the driver's clear vision in any direction.
We encourage the continued use of these existing provisions.
The law applies to all motor vehicles as defined by the Traffic Safety Act.