This is part of the campaign to lay stress on the Government of India to announce January 11 as National Pedestrian Day and create awareness on pedestrian safety. The three-month campaign has been launched by CAG as part of the Sustainable Mobility Network India
CAG's webinar on 'Front of Pack Labelling - Its relevance to a healthy food environment' along with Home Science Department of Women's Christian College, Chennai had media coverage in 21 newspapers namely, Dinamalar, Times of India, The Hindu, B4U Media, Chennai Vision, Najeevana Express, Deccan News, Chennai Views, Express News Asia, Chennai Press news, Chennai online, Talk of City, Andhra Jyothi, Chennai Telugu News Times, Vaartha, Malai Thamizhagam, Tamil yugam, Virtual Times, News Today, Tamil Sudar and Makkal Kural.
CAG organised a remembrance gathering to mark the wonderful life of our Board member Mr. Keshav Desiraju.
Following a PIL by CAG the TN state government has informed the High Court that it will recommence the supply of cooked meals to children aged 2 to 6, by September 1st.
Citizen Consumer and Civic Action Group (CAG), in association with the Citizen’s Voice Club (CVC) conducted a seminar to create awareness among students on the need to avoid trans fats during the Children's Day week of 2019. The program was attended by the Coimbatore Food Safety Officials like the Designated Officer and Food Safety Officers, consumer club members and the school students and teachers.
The Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Act, 2019, protects the Good Samaritans; citizens are urged to help road accident victims without fear of any backlash.
Chennai's roads are impossible to navigate for people with disabilities. Poor planning, poor infrastructure is a hallmark of our roads. When will our roads be more inclusive and safe for all? #pedestriansafety
Poor infrastructure for pedestrians is one part of the problem. Another is that motorists treat pedestrians & cyclists as usurpers of road space instead of legitimate road users. Pedestrian deaths in Chennai have been increasing in past few years in spite of the city being the first to adopt a NMT Policy. #pedestriansafety
Not making a complaint within a stipulated time could lead to iretreivable loss to consumers