BANGKOK - The Don’t Drive Drunk Foundation has urged the government to clamp down on drunk driving with harsher sentences.
Dr Taejing Siripanich, the foundation’s secretary-general, said on Saturday that during holidays, such as New Year and Songkran, authorities should zealously crack down on driving under the influence of alcohol, just as they do on narcotics.
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