About Us | Contact Us | E-Paper

Ahead of Eid-Ul-Adha, Srinagar Traffic police ask people not to park vehicles on roads

Seeks cooperation from people, appeals to park vehicles at designated parking lots

Post by on Thursday, July 7, 2022

First slide
Srinagar, July 06: Ahead of Eid-Ul-Adha, traffic Police authorities in Srinagar have asked the people not to park their vehicles on roads, and urged all to park their vehicles at designated parking lots.
A top officer in Srinagar traffic police told Rising Kashmir that in view of the Eid-Ul-Adha celebrations falling on 10 July this month they have deployed more personnel on the ground so as to ensure smooth movement of expected traffic in the city. 
“Those coming for purchases, shopping in the city should use the designated parking lots, we appeal all to cooperate with us and avoid parking their vehicles on roads, failing which action will follow as per the law’, the officer said.
The officer said that the city traffic police is continuously making announcements using a public address system for not parking the vehicles on roads and will intensify the drive for the rest of the days.
“Parking vehicles at parking lots will let the smooth movement of traffic, as the festivities are ahead, let us at the same time abide by the laws and avoid parking vehicles on roads which causes inconvenience to all. Don’t invite the action by violating the rules”, he added.
As Eid-Ul-Adha falls this weekend, the traffic flow in Srinagar city is expected to increase in the coming days as people throng the city center for shopping as most of the shopping malls and centers are in Srinagar city.

Latest Post