DGP for smooth flow of traffic
INSPECTS PHQ, CHAIRS HIGH LEVEL MEET
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 10: On reopening of the Durbar Move offices in the summer capital, the Director General of Police (DGP), Kuldeep Khoda Monday asked the Traffic authorities “to strictly ensure smooth flow of traffic so that the people in general and schoolchildren in particular do not suffer while travelling.”
He said it while chairing a high level meeting with senior officials at the Police Headquarters at Srinagar where the security and traffic situation were discussed.
“The meeting was told that in view of opening of offices at Srinagar, elaborate traffic arrangements have been made to avoid traffic jams which cause inconvenience to the public,” a police handout said.
Khoda stressed upon the Traffic police to “strictly maintain the smooth flow of traffic and also ensure the parking of vehicles at already identified places so that the people and school children do not suffer while travelling.”
He also instructed traffic authorities to ensure uninterrupted traffic flow during peak hours of morning and evening. He said that traffic violators would be dealt with to get better results of traffic arrangements.
The official handout said the DGP was received at the PHQ lawns by senior police officers and presented guard of honour by a contingent of armed police.
The DGP commissioned a subsidiary block at PHQ constructed by Police Construction Division at a cost of Rs. 48 lakhs in a record time of four months, the handout said.
Later, the DGP chaired senior police officers meeting at PHQ and reviewed over all security situation in the state.
Among others, the meeting was attended by Additional Director General of Police (CID), K Rajendra Kumar, Inspectors General of Police, Ram Lubhaya, Gopal Reddy, Smt DR Doley, Dilbag Singh, Raja Aijaz Ali, Sheikh Owais Ahmed, MA Shah, ZH Chisti, Dr B Srinivas, Ravinder Kotwal and Farooq Ahmed, Director SSG,Rajesh Kumar, Dy: Inspectors General of Police, HK Lohia,Rouf-ul-Hassan, Alok Puri,Muneer Ahmed Khan, AG Mir and MK Sinha, AIGs (PHQ), ND Wani, Ali Mohammad, Sameer Rekhi, Executive Engineer (PCD), Satish Razdan and other police officers.
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