Er Rashid castigates Govt on HMT, Pantha Chowk traffic mess
Srinagar, July 20: Expressing concern over frequent traffic jams, which have “become a routine in Srinagar”, MLA, Langate, Engineer Rasheed has accused the state government of “shutting its eyes towards this important issue”.
In a statement, Engineer Rasheed said “the government was ignoring the issues of public importance and hence putting the masses to trouble.”
He said the traffic jam has become a common problem adding that long queues of vehicles are seen every time on every important road in Srinagar and elsewhere.
“Traffic jams have become such a big problem that they irritate people,” he said.
“The HMT and Pantha Chowk crossings are the two important spots where the traffic jams have become a daily routine,” he added.
“The VIPs should be restrained from using their police escorts for overtaking the civilian vehicles while throwing the traffic rules to winds,” he added.
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