Measures are being taken against those who run the store in the basement

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For a better traffic system in Sawan and to clear traffic jams for the residents of the city, the traffic police will soon take action against those who do business in the basement (parking lot). Vikas Kumar, the deputy commissioner for traffic police, said these things at a meeting of traffic police traders and Mahanagar Udyog Vyapar Samiti held in a webinar on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Vikas Kumar said that there will be a detour in the month of Sawan to avoid traffic jams in the city. The places where the ban is imposed will be lifted immediately after the crowd ends. If there is a traffic jam somewhere, you can complain to the traffic helpline number 7317202020. The officials of Mahanagar Udyog Vyapar Samiti made proposals to free the city from traffic jams. In addition, ADCP Traffic has decided that dealers will also be included in the traffic planning committee. Chairman Prem Mishra said the sales area was set up near the city’s main square, while the space was reserved for parking. The Beniyabagh car stand was to be moved to the old bus stand. Secretary General Ashok Jaiswal said street vendors and street vendors at roadsides and intersections, as well as illegal interference in footpaths, should be relocated to separate sales areas for a living. Patron Shree Narayan Khemka said traffic should only be restricted for one day per month of Sawan.
Gokul Sharma, Shailesh Jaiswal, Anuj Didwania said that large vehicles, 10-story trucks, etc. drive through the middle of the city from night to morning, causing many accidents in the city, this should be contained. At the meeting, suggestions were made by ACP Traffic Trilochan Tripathi, UR Singh, Rahul Mehta, Somnath Vishwakarma, Anand Sonkar, mentor Sudeshna Basu, Rajesh Bhatia, Neeraj Parikh, Dilip Tulsani, etc.

For a better traffic system in Sawan and to clear traffic jams for the residents of the city, the traffic police will soon take action against those who do business in the basement (parking lot). Vikas Kumar, the deputy commissioner for traffic police, said these things at a meeting of traffic police traders and Mahanagar Udyog Vyapar Samiti held in a webinar on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Vikas Kumar said that there will be a detour in the month of Sawan to avoid traffic jams in the city. The places where the ban is imposed will be lifted immediately after the crowd ends. If there is a traffic jam somewhere, you can complain to the traffic helpline number 7317202020. The officials of Mahanagar Udyog Vyapar Samiti made proposals to free the city from traffic jams. In addition, ADCP Traffic has decided that dealers will also be included in the traffic planning committee. Chairman Prem Mishra said the sales area was set up near the city’s main square, while the space was reserved for parking. The Beniyabagh car stand was to be moved to the old bus stand. Secretary General Ashok Jaiswal said street vendors and street vendors at roadsides and intersections, as well as illegal interference in footpaths, should be relocated to separate sales areas for a living. Patron Shree Narayan Khemka said traffic should only be restricted for one day per month of Sawan.

Gokul Sharma, Shailesh Jaiswal, Anuj Didwania said that large vehicles, 10-story trucks, etc. drive through the middle of the city from night to morning, causing many accidents in the city, this should be contained. At the meeting, suggestions were made by ACP Traffic Trilochan Tripathi, UR Singh, Rahul Mehta, Somnath Vishwakarma, Anand Sonkar, mentor Sudeshna Basu, Rajesh Bhatia, Neeraj Parikh, Dilip Tulsani, etc.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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