Crowd gathered in the Chaura Bakri market, wedged on the highway

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Pukhrayans. On Tuesday, a crowd gathered in the goat market near the village of Chaura on the Kanpur-Jhansi highway. With the advent of more vehicles from dealerships on the market, the vehicles got stuck on the highway at an angle. This resulted in a traffic jam and the passengers continued to be disturbed. The police had to fight for three hours to clear the traffic jam. After that, when the jam opened, people breathed a sigh of relief.
More traders arrived at Chaura Bakri’s market on Tuesday. As a result, their vehicles got stuck at an angle to the motorway. Because of this, there was a traffic jam on the Kanpur-Jhansi highway. This made it difficult for drivers to get out. There was a line of vehicles from Chaura to Yamuna Bridge, Kalpi and the other end to Bhognipur. Passengers from other vehicles, including street buses stuck in traffic, began to get upset.
In the 10 km long traffic jam and the scorching sun, people kept sweating. An ambulance was also stuck in the process. As soon as the information was received, Bhognipur Kotwal Vaijnath Singh and police arrived together with the responsible outpost Amraudha, Anil Singh. Then the vehicles parked on the street were put aside. This led to the opening of the traffic jam after three hours. The Kotwal instructed the dealers not to park the vehicles on the highway.
Said action would be taken in the event of a traffic jam. Due to the proximity of Bakrid, in addition to the foreign traders, people from the surrounding villages came to the market to sell the goat. The Kotwal announced that there was a traffic jam due to the vehicles being parked at an angle. However, the smaller vehicles crawled on. It took three hours to clear the traffic jam, after which traffic normalized.

Pukhrayans. On Tuesday, a crowd gathered in the goat market near the village of Chaura on the Kanpur-Jhansi highway. With the advent of more vehicles from dealerships on the market, the vehicles got stuck on the highway at an angle. This resulted in a traffic jam and the passengers continued to be disturbed. The police had to fight for three hours to clear the traffic jam. After that, when the jam opened, people breathed a sigh of relief.

More traders arrived at Chaura Bakri’s market on Tuesday. As a result, their vehicles got stuck at an angle to the motorway. Because of this, there was a traffic jam on the Kanpur-Jhansi highway. This made it difficult for drivers to get out. There was a line of vehicles from Chaura to Yamuna Bridge, Kalpi and the other end to Bhognipur. Passengers from other vehicles, including street buses stuck in traffic, began to get upset.

In the 10 km long traffic jam and the scorching sun, people kept sweating. An ambulance was also stuck in the process. As soon as the information was received, Bhognipur Kotwal Vaijnath Singh and police arrived together with the responsible outpost Amraudha, Anil Singh. Then the vehicles parked on the street were put aside. This led to the opening of the traffic jam after three hours. The Kotwal instructed the dealers not to park the vehicles on the highway.

Said action would be taken in the event of a traffic jam. Due to the proximity of Bakrid, in addition to the foreign traders, people from the surrounding villages came to the market to sell the goat. The Kotwal announced that there was a traffic jam due to the vehicles being parked at an angle. However, the smaller vehicles crawled on. It took three hours to clear the traffic jam, after which traffic normalized.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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