Jammu: On the request of President CCI Rakesh Gupta, IGP Traffic J&K Basant Kumar Rath, IPS visited Chamber house wherein Presidents of more than 50 business associations and prominent members of CCI were present. On this occasion Chamber President submitted a written Memorandum to the IGP suggesting many measures to improve the traffic system further.
On this occasion the IGP indicated that Parkings in the Bazars may be made as paid parkingS, no Reharies shall be allowed other than Reharies Zones, no encroachments shall be allowed around rotaries , footpaths to be cleared and no shopkeepers shall be allowed to cross the shutter level and encroach upon footpaths.
Chamber, as per the statement, also suggested that some roads in the Old City may be made one way and also requested that the dropping facility at the Railway Station be free for all. In the written Memorandum several suggestions were made to the IGP.
“Loopholes at the ground level which lead to corruption in the traffic department need to be plugged so that the system becomes transparent and corruption free on permanent basis,” reads the memorandum.
Further, that we expect your department to identify the areas which do not have allotted parking spaces and convey the same to the concerned in the government so that the same could be created.
“The speed limit restrictions should be in written on the walls and visible to all on all major roads,” memorandum suggests.
It has been usually observed, the memorandum said, that the buses and the Matadors do not stop at the designated stops created for them to pick and drop creating traffic congestion and leading to accidents often.
The other Office bearers of CCI present on the occasion include Rajesh Gupta, Sr. Vice President, Rajeev Gupta, Jr. Vice President, Manish Gupta, Secretary General, Gaurav Gupta, Secretary and Ashu Gupta, Treasurer.