Indian- Malaysia Tamil Trade Union and Pink Ads are going to organize “Moto Show 2012” on June 22,23 and 24th at Chennai Trade Center. Many Indians and International brands of two wheelers and Four wheelers will be displayed in this show. The organizers will give complete consultation for maintaining and using vehicles properly. Apart from their idea of selling vehicles they decided to create awareness on safety by driving vehicles by following traffic rules. For creating such awareness we should initiate this campaign with right persons. They found that Bharath and Namitha are the right choice of creating such awareness. Bharath and Namitha launch the campaign “We follow rules..Why don’t you..?” A big walkathan is going to be held on June 10 on Besant Nagar beach to create awareness on road safety. Speaking on the occasion actor Bharath said, “ I ve strictly asked my driver to obey traffic rules even in the midnights. I also follow this…No one suffer because of accidents…It is not enough very few follow traffic rules, everybody should follow the same…It is my responsibility to participate in such functions and create awareness as well” Bharath has another good quality. Yes, he never ever thrown dust or a bit of paper in public areas. He always disposes dust properly. Remembering the major accident she met nearly 9 years before Namitha said, “if I would not have wore seat belt on that day… I will not be here now…because of somebody mistakes many will be affected... In our country normally people think that Rules has to be broken… people should change their attitude…if the climate condition is the reason for you not wearing helmets then plz do short cut your hair and wear helmets…” She also asked people not to use public places as toilets. She would like to be a strict administrator on this issue. If she would have been given power she would have fined more money as penalty. Namitha is all set to buy a Harley Davidson the costliest and fastest bike soon. One of the organizers of the Moto show 2012 Selvakumar asked general public to participate in the awareness rally on June 10th in large numbers.