Punishment - a different way

April 27, 2007 8:20am CST
Some days back I had started a discussion about cruelty involved in punishment. Now, in todays news paper, I could read a news of a differe type of punishment. The police authorities caught some persons violated traffic rules. Do you know what punishment the police gave to them. It was to write the sentences " I have violated trffic rules, I will not repeat it" 300 hundred times just like imposiitons given by tachers to sudents. The newspapers also gave wide coverage to this incident and also exhibitted their phots. What do you say abouts similar punishements. Will it help to reduce the tendency to violate rules
2 responses
@YoungInLove (1254)
• Canada
27 Apr 07
I think that todays society is in need of new punishment. I mean, anybody can get a fine, pay it off, and then do the same thing over and over, so we are in need of finding new ways for people to learn their lesson
@Manoj_s (939)
• India
27 Apr 07
yes i have read that in todays news paper and i think it is a nice way to punish somewhat like ganhdigiri ,but i dont think all people are going to obey the rules by this new methode but good hearted person defenetly think twice next time when they try to violate the rules