People with traffic jam in the city

There was a huge traffic jam on the road near the Ambedkar Nagar Collectorate.
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Ambedkar Nagar. After two days of partial curfew, the pressure of the vehicles on the streets of the district headquarters rose suddenly on Monday. As a result, there was a congestion problem on the main thoroughfares from the morning themselves that continued into the evening. The traffic police were relaxed due to the problem of the sudden traffic jam. In addition to the traffic police, other police officers ran from one place to another to smooth the traffic. All day long people struggled with the problem of traffic jams. Meanwhile, those trapped in a traffic jam expressed their displeasure and said those responsible should take concrete steps to ensure a smooth flow of traffic.
After two days of partial curfew, the pressure of the vehicles suddenly increased on Monday on various routes of the district headquarters. This caused the problem of congestion. Sometimes there was a long line of vehicles on the new road and sometimes on Akbarpur-Ayodhya road. There would have been a traffic jam from the old Tehsil Tirahe to the overpass, sometimes people got stuck in the bus station area. In addition, there were congestion problems from the vicinity of the collection point to the district hospital several times a day on Monday. Because of this, people struggled. All employees arrived late because they were stuck in the morning traffic jam. Sometimes the patients got stuck in traffic. The traffic police had difficulty getting them out of the traffic jam.
Along with the traffic police, the Kotwali police were also lenient to smooth the traffic. If the jam was removed from one place, it would jam elsewhere. Meanwhile, the people caught in the traffic jam expressed strong displeasure. Rahul and Saurabh, who were stuck in a traffic jam, expressed their displeasure that those responsible should take concrete steps to ensure smooth traffic. If the temporary intervention is not removed from the roadside, traffic cannot be smooth. On the other hand, ASP Sanjay Rai said a congestion problem had arisen. However, traffic was restored on time.

Ambedkar Nagar. After two days of partial curfew, the pressure of the vehicles on the streets of the district headquarters rose suddenly on Monday. As a result, there was a congestion problem on the main thoroughfares from the morning themselves that continued into the evening. The traffic police were relaxed due to the problem of the sudden traffic jam. In addition to the traffic police, other police officers ran from one place to another to smooth the traffic. All day long people struggled with the problem of traffic jams. Meanwhile, those trapped in a traffic jam expressed their displeasure and said those responsible should take concrete steps to ensure a smooth flow of traffic.

After two days of partial curfew, the pressure of the vehicles suddenly increased on Monday on various routes of the district headquarters. This caused the problem of congestion. Sometimes there was a long line of vehicles on the new road and sometimes on Akbarpur-Ayodhya road. There would have been a traffic jam from the old Tehsil Tirahe to the overpass, sometimes people got stuck in the bus station area. In addition, there were congestion problems from the vicinity of the collection point to the district hospital several times a day on Monday. Because of this, people struggled. All employees arrived late because they were stuck in the morning traffic jam. Sometimes the patients got stuck in traffic. The traffic police had difficulty getting them out of the traffic jam.

Along with the traffic police, the Kotwali police were also lenient to smooth the traffic. If the jam was removed from one place, it would jam elsewhere. Meanwhile, the people caught in the traffic jam expressed strong displeasure. Rahul and Saurabh, who were stuck in a traffic jam, expressed their displeasure that those responsible should take concrete steps to ensure smooth traffic. If the temporary intervention is not removed from the roadside, traffic cannot be smooth. On the other hand, ASP Sanjay Rai said a congestion problem had arisen. However, traffic was restored on time.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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