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For many people who often need to go out by train or high-speed rail, you will see a lot of uncivilized phenomena on the train, especially a series of uncivilized behaviors such as smoking and ticket evasion. Recently, the railway department has finally begun to make a big move to rectify.

Recently, the national development and Reform Commission, civil aviation administration, China Railway Corporation and other departments jointly issued relevant opinions to appropriately restrict certain serious dishonest people from taking civil aircraft and trains within a certain period of time and promote the construction of social credit system. The opinions will be implemented from May 1, 2018.

As soon as the opinion came out, numerous netizens were attracted to swipe the screen, and the focus of the public's attention was undoubtedly focused on the 'motor car smoking, will be banned for 180 days'.

As a matter of fact, the regulations on the administration of railway safety clearly stipulates that "the public security organ shall order correction and impose a fine of more than 500 yuan but less than 2000 yuan on individuals. The regulation of "this re issue" restricts the purchase of tickets, with a validity period of 180 days "should be a powerful warning of uncivilized behaviors such as smoking on the motor car, which will certainly play a good role in promoting the purification of the environment of the motor car and the improvement of passengers' travel satisfaction.

It should be noted that in the past, although there were relevant regulations to punish the smoking behavior of motor cars, it was still relatively 'flexible' in nature, nothing more than 'criticizing education and fining'. For many smokers, such punishment may not be a powerful deterrent. Although punishment is not an end, the punishment of "teeth are not hard enough" will inevitably be despised. Only when the violations are regulated and the violators pay the price, can the good social order be better maintained.

Since this year, there have been a lot of uncivilized behaviors on the train. There are smoking in the toilet of the motor car, causing smoke alarm alarm, resulting in ignorance of the speed reduction of the motor car; there are 'high-speed rail pick-up' events, resulting in selfishness of delayed departure of the train, etc. Although the root of the problem lies in the lack of personal quality, ideological understanding and other aspects, it can not cover up the "sense of neglect" brought by the lighter punishment, nor can it cover up the weak links in the social management level.

It is the true meaning of the rule of law to make up the loopholes of management with the perfection of system, make the rules more 'perfect', and make the order more standardized. The effect of "no smoking for 180 days" is also obvious. With more rigid constraints and the 'flexibility' of education and fines, passengers are forced to consciously abide by the rules, maintain social order and good customs, and jointly create a more relaxed and harmonious social environment.

Facts have proved that the more strict the management, the more standardized the order. Humanized management is essential, but severe punishment for uncivilized behaviors is also indispensable. Only by putting the interests of the broader masses first, establishing a system that meets the general needs of the public, and using more strict management means to restrict the behavior of public places, can more people benefit.

A little common sense is necessary to reiterate that public places are not anyone's' private fields', and there is no wrong idea of 'paying for services, we should enjoy them at will', and no one is allowed to put his own interests above the public interests and pollute the good order of public places.

However, it is no doubt that "forbidding" and "stopping" bad habits "are the rules for common sense to enter the mind and cultivate civilized soil, which should be promoted more. We are looking forward to more detailed rules such as "no riding" and "no entry", so as to make the rules the bottom line for the public to consciously follow and build public order.