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IN People ON 08 May, 2016
Drink-and-drive is taken as a criminal act. People returning from late night parties, where sometimes they take liquor beyond the limit and then in dark nights, carelessly drive through homeless people, who keep their heads above water at roadsides. They unconsciously snatch lives of innocents.
For spreading awareness for the same and saving innocents' lives, a man from the prison itself runs an anti-driving campaign. He is sentenced to live off 15 years of his life in the prison for killing a man in a tragic car accident. Now, he virtually visits night clubs and has secret communication with people to convince them for not to drive when they are over drunk.
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Khris Caudilla's been imprisoned for 15 years for unknowingly killing a person when he was high on alcohol. From the jail itself, he has started working on the awareness campaign so that no one repeats the same mistake which he made.
From the prison itself, he talks to people in nightclub who visit bathroom and watch the mirror.
"I made the choice of drink, i made the choice of getting in the car. You don't have to make the same choice, so, take a good look in the mirror man." He says everyone and then ends up with a question, should you be driving tonight?
His words leave them speechless and fumbled. He says, "Good for you man, just make sure that your friends reach home safely too."
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