Describe a good law in your country
○ What is the law
○ How you came to know about this law
○ Whom does it affect
○ Why is it good
1. I would like to start by saying that laws play an important role in every nation as they help the country to stand firm and flourish.
2. Since India is a democratic country, there are many laws in my nation which are boon for the masses.
3. However, here I would like to talk about a law which I find very beneficial for general public.
4. It is the ban on smoking in public places.
5. The law was implemented in my nation on 2nd October 2008 when the
highest judiciary “Supreme Court” gave the orders to implement it.
6. It came in action immediately and for that Supreme Court must be commended.
7. There are various reasons why I think this is a good law.
8. First of all, the law stops people to smoke in public places such as bus
stand, railway stations etc. where all age people visit.
9. Since India is a highly populated country, the population of people who smoke is around 120 million according to WHO.
10. Therefore, banning smoking in public places is the single most measure to combat the aftermaths of passive smoking.
11. Apart from that, the offenders of this law are strictly handled by the police. They have to pay a fine of upto 1000 Indian rupees or sometimes the punishment go upto 6 months of imprisonment too.
12. Furthermore, (since) the day this law has been implemented, the governments of each state are running so many campaigns and adverts to aware people of this law and now, the result is that, people can easily visit these public places without getting harmed from the passive smoking which unlike before was
becoming next to impossible for a non smoker.
13. In addition, the diseases like cancer, which are the results of smoking, can be curtailed.
14. To cut the long story short, I can say that this law should be followed by all and sundry so that we can root out deadly diseases like cancer from our nation.
Follow Up Describe a good law in your country
1. Do you think this law is acceptable to the people?
Yes, I think this law has been accepted well by the people of India. There is growing awareness about the environmental issues and Indians too are making their efforts to save and preserve the environment.
2. Is there any situation wherein people may disobey the law?
Yes, there are situations when people disobey the/this law. The main reasons for such laws not being followed by the people are personal profits/benefits and the convenience that they may have to give up.
3. Do people like being a police officer in your country?
Yes, many people in my country like being a police officer. Every year there are several people who take the tests to become a police officer. The competition that exists for such exams is a clear indicator that many people strive to become police officers and serve their country.
4. What qualities should a police officer possess?
A police officer should possess many qualities. He/she should be physically fit and active and should have a passion to serve the people and the Nation. Some other qualities are honesty, eagerness to search for the truth and bring justice to people, some skills like martial arts or other such combat skills to fight the criminals, courage, fearlessness, determination, and many more such qualities.
5. Why some people prefer to be a lawyer?
Some people prefer to be a lawyer because they want to ensure that everyone receives justice and is treated fairly by the law. They may have a desire to fight for others’ rights and ensure that everyone gets a fair chance to justify their actions. Some people choose this profession because of the prospects of earning money and fame.
6. Should people be penalised when they use mobile phones while driving?
These days vehicles are well equipped with a system wherein you can connect via bluetooth to your mobile and you can be handsfree and still use your mobile. but if a driver is talking or texting on the phone while driving he should be heavily penalised.
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