Failure to ban PMD will be political suicidal for PAP Gov
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Despite increasing numbers of fire incidents and more and more members of public get injured by reckless pmd users , PAP gov take no decisive action to ban PMD, it is really puzzling me.., what make them become so indecisive?
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Perhaps. the accident statistics not so alarmingly yet, in this case, more people need to get injured or even fatally injured , before a decisive action is taken?
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Govt says banning will take away "employment opportunities" for PMD riders.

What "employment opportunities are the PAP government talking about? Do we want a whole generation of food delivery riders with no career and CPF?

One Telegram group for "Food delivery partners" has 40,000 members.
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Why is it so hard to ban PMD yet so easy to ban chewing gum .... how many dead choking on chewing sum
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9-10-2019 11:03 PM
LauHiLo said:
Govt says banning will take away "employment opportunities" for PMD riders.

What "employment opportunities are the PAP government talking about? Do we want a whole generation of food delivery riders with no career and CPF?

One Telegram group for "Food delivery partners" has 40,000 members.

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Is banning the only option available?
Has the Government done enough to prevent such accidents from happening?
What if the Government make it so difficult with a lot of rules and regulations with very high entry hurdles, would not the PMD users will be reduced to manageable level for effective controls and reinforcements to be put in place?
Why can't we introduce COEs for PMD to limit the numbers allowed?
Why we cannot just ban them using the footpath and pavement and allow them to be used on some designated roads/streets?
Is it because these PMD dangerous to be used on the road and cause problem to the vehicles and drivers, then why can't we create special lanes on the road for these PMDs?
Why can't we insist the PMD riders to buy insurance and take license just like any other vehicle?
Why can't we force PMD rider to be trained before they can get license just like the motor bikes?
If the Government can do all above and treat PMDs just like another other motor bikes, would then a ban be required?
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9-10-2019 11:03 PM
LauHiLo said:
Govt says banning will take away "employment opportunities" for PMD riders.

What "employment opportunities are the PAP government talking about? Do we want a whole generation of food delivery riders with no career and CPF?

One Telegram group for "Food delivery partners" has 40,000 members.

Who here still wants to keep these people employed? (See below)

If you come down with food poisoning, would you blame the restaurant? You don't suspect that there is another possible reason until you see this (below).

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10-10-2019 1:37 AM
Schroder said:
Who here still wants to keep these people employed? (See below)

If you come down with food poisoning, would you blame the restaurant? You don't suspect that there is another possible reason until you see this (below).

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9-10-2019 11:20 PM
Tangsen said:
Why is it so hard to ban PMD yet so easy to ban chewing gum .... how many dead choking on chewing sum

Because the old man was dead.
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