Nainital.Now work has been started on another traffic plan to get the city of Nainital out of the jam.The police have decided to remove the vehicles parked on the roads of Nainital city.For this, DIG Nilesh Anand has also issued guidelines.In this, in order to overcome the problem of traffic jams on the roads, there is a preparation to take strict action on the parking of vehicles on the edges.
During the conversation on the problem of road jams, the DIG said that the encroachment will be removed from the intersections with the left open from the intersections of Nainital.Also, parking on the roads will be banned.The DIG said that on the weekend with the tourist season, a GPS barcode location system is being prepared for the tourists to get the correct parking information so that the drivers can directly park the vehicles by going to the parking lot.At the same time, the DIG said that vehicles will not be allowed to park for more than 7 days in any parking.If a vehicle is found parked for more than 7 days, then the police will take action on that too.
Action will be taken against those who roam unnecessarily in Nainital
In Nainital, now legal action will also have to be faced for moving the vehicles on the roads unnecessarily.DIG Nilesh Anand said that the police will keep an eye on those who repeatedly move the vehicle on the road.If the car is found spinning three to four times, then action will be taken against it.Along with this, the DIG said that there is a special focus of the police on Mall Road and the parking of vehicles will be allowed here in any way.
The DIG said that along with the removal of parking from Pant Park, a form will be given to the owner or driver of the vehicle only after entering Malrod.In this, there will be complete information about what legal action can be taken for parking the car in the mall road with parking.If even after this, someone will park the car on the mall road, then legal action will be taken against him.The DIG said that small parking lots are being identified around the city so that the public and tourists can get the benefit.