Traffic mess at Sanat Nagar, Nowhatta Chowk
Signals defunct on bypass
Srinagar, Oct 25: Traffic signals at the Sanat Nagar square remained defunct triggering massive jams which put thousands of the commuters to inconvenience ahead of the Muslim festival while gridlocks were also witnessesed in Nowhatta area of Shaher-e-Khaas.
Witnesses said huge gridlocks could be seen on the Sanat Nagar square on Srinagar-Jammu highway as vehicles remained stranded amid deafening horns struggling to make way ahead.
Though the traffic cops on duty tried their lot, the regulation remained a tough task.
Meanwhile the traders of Nowhatta area said that huge traffic jams put people to inconvenience in the area.
“Like other busy areas the Traffic police should have kept special squads in place to ensure smooth flow of Traffic,” the traders said while appealing DIG Traffic Shafqat Watali to look into the matter so that shoppers don’t face inconvenience on Friday.
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