The Russians proposed to deprive of the right to travel on the train for drinking alcohol

Member of the Public chamber, head of the project "Sober Russia" Sultan Hamzaev has offered for two years deprived of the right to use rail transport for drinking alcohol in the trains. It is reported RT with reference to the letter from the social worker on behalf of the Minister of transport Eugene Dietrich.

Clarifies that such a measure Hamzaev considers it necessary for the citizens who twice during the calendar year was caught consuming alcohol in the railway transport.

He also proposed to ban the sale of liquor in dining cars is the only place on the train which sold beverages of a strength of up to 16.5 percent.

"In order to improve the comfort and safety of travel on rail transport ask you to consider the possibility of imposing ban on sale in the dining cars of any alcoholic beverages", — stated in the appeal of the public.

In addition, Khamzayev expressed support for strengthening the controls of passengers who are carrying and drinking in the trains alcohol purchased in advance.