This is in light of the recent actions by the police in Kerala, where many two-wheeler riders were booked for speeding over 50KMPH and not wearing their helmets. As per the police, their licence will be “disqualified”. 
Dear Mr. Rishiraj, I actually agreed and supported most of your actions. It makes sense removing the ‘blinding’ vehicle lights / projectors as it causes immense discomfort for other drivers at night.
It also makes sense enforcing speed governors in Buses which really are a big nuisance on road.
But, cancellation of licences based on speed limit infractions or not wearing helmets, especially without a single warning is simply not practical. Not because these aren’t fatal, they are (I am all in for wearing helmets and riding gears.) but because in the real world
1. You cannot guarantee the honesty of the law enforcers. Aiding to it, they’re not required to show a proof of the offence to detain.
2. Use of a helmet, protective gear is something you educate the rider with for their own protection, as it does not affect other party in case of an accident.
3. In most cases, The speed limits are not realistic.
4. You need better infrastructure (which actually works**) to actually enforce these laws.