Significant Law Amendments To Prevent Road Accidents In Rural India – Motor Vehicle Act

DOI: doi.org/10.55662/AJMRR.2022.3301

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Journal Title: Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review
Author(s): Amarendar Reddy Addula & Saphalya Peta
Published On: 16/05/2022
Volume: 3
Issue: 3
First Page: 16
Last Page: 35
ISSN: 2582-8088
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

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Amarendar Reddy Addula & Saphalya Peta, Significant Law Amendments To Prevent Road Accidents In Rural India – Motor Vehicle Act, Volume 3 Issue 3, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review, 16-35, Published on 16/05/2022, doi.org/10.55662/AJMRR.2022.3301 Available at https://ajmrr.thelawbrigade.com/article/significant-law-amendments-to-prevent-road-accidents-in-rural-india-motor-vehicle-act/

Abstract

India is an agricultural country consisting 67% of rural area geographically. Agriculture and its confederated conditioning act as the main source of livelihood for further than 80% population of pastoral India. It provides employment to roughly 52% of labour. Its donation to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is between 14 to 15. The Government has introduced several schemes and programs that support the lesser robotization of Indian Agriculture, in the light of its commitment to transfigure the husbandry sector and double growers’ income by 2022-23. The Sub Mission on Agricultural Mechanization of (SMAM) is an important action of the Government, in this direction.

The country is developing day by day and inventions also take place with a growing country, we also developed it by using innovative products which are discovered for our ease. We’ve to remain in sync with inventions to remain up with current times and make full use of them. At present, demands are different compared to the demands nearly a decade ago. For producing high-quality products growers have to keep pace with changing times. For perfecting your productivity in fields you have to use tractor tools for scattering, tending, digging etc. This application can increase your effectiveness, save lots of plutocrats, saves time etc. so, Tools are introduced for the comfort of the growers.

We’re noticing the top 10 tools which are perfect for you to be used with your tractor, they can help you to increase your productivity and effectiveness in the fields. They’re Rotavator, Cultivator, Plough, Trailer, Harrow, Roto seed Drillmaster, Planter, Baler, Sprayer, Straw Reaper etc. All these tools are used by a tractor. Again tractor has their own subtypes similar to Utility tractors which we see generally in large, Compact Tractors, Row Crop Tractors, Industrial Tractors, Garden Tractors, and Carrier Tractors, Earthmoving tractors, Autonomous, two-wheeler type etc. On par with these machinery, growers its confederated sectors like Major Irrigation, Medium Irrigation and Minor Irrigation, PanchayatRaj, Rural Development, Agriculture, Other civil works in pastoral areas use majorly Bulldozers, Excavators, Backhoe, Graders, Trenchers, Payload, Cranes, Compactors, Dump Exchanges, Boring Machines, Wheel Tractor Scrapers etc. in large. All these types of Machines (or) (and) Vehicles are specially designed and manufactured for respective purposes. Still, the operation of said Machines (or) (and) Vehicles is fleetly increased in the last two decades and it’s going to be important large in near future.

Keywords: Tractor, Allied Machinery, Major Cause, Road Accidents, Rural India

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