Regulation 'better ' in City centre
Traders hail Traffic police
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, Oct 25: Traffic in the busy City centre areas remained comparatively better bringing respite for shoppers who would otherwise have to bear with the mess during festive shopping in the past few years.
Various trade organizations representing shopkeepers of the area said the traffic flow was “comparatively better”.
The Regal Chowk Traders Association(RCTA), President Manzoor-Ul-Haque hailed the DIG Traffic Shafqat Watali, SP Traffic SP Haseeb Ur Rehman and the SDPO Kothi Bagh Naweed Perzada for constantly monitoring the traffic flow in the area.
Haque flanked by their Vice President Farhan Jan Kitab said it was because of the constant monitoring of the traffic that business remained “comparatively good”.
“Otherwise shoppers would often shy away from coming to this commercial hub during festive shopping in the past few years,” the RCTA said.
Traders of Karan Nagar area hailed the concerned SHO Basharat for “personally monitoring traffic regulation.”
Meanwhile, Zaina Kadal Traders Federation President Nazir Ahmed Shah also hailed the Traffic Police was “ensuring better traffic regulation in the area”. “Otherwise it would have been a mess,” Shah said.
For the City centre, Traffic police had deployed special biking squads to regulate traffic while DIG Traffic and other senior officials monitored the regulatory measures.
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