Irregular parking cause of concern in Tandur THURSDAY 5 APRIL 2018 HYDERABAD | PAGES 16 G ASHOK KUMAR Tandur: In the commercial town of Tandur of Vikarabad district, the people have been encountering inconvenience because of haphazard parking and parking of vehicles at no parking sign boards. Daily, at least 5000 to 6000 people commute to the town from adjoining places on various businesses. The people were seen recklessly parking their vehicles near a wine shop on bus stand-Indira Chowk road obstructing smooth flow of vehicular traffic on the road. People were also seen parking their vehicles in front of a private hospital on Bus Stand-government hospital road. Similarly, patients visiting the Aditya Hospital here have been parking their vehicles in front of the hospital as a no parking sign was installed near the hospital. On account of vegetable vendors selling their wares on the road in front of the municipal office, the road became narrow to negotiate. The vendors have been selling vegetables at the spot in spite of establishing a rytu bazaar in the town. While building shopping complexes and hospitals, enough space should be left for parking, but the municipal authorities are accused of not taking care of this rule. Talking to The Hans India on Wednesday, municipal commissioner Bhogeswarlu replied that the existing shopping complexes were built long back and hence there was no provision for parking. However, the municipality is insisting on the builders to leave enough space for parking in the newly promoted shopping complexes. He said that a meeting with shopkeepers would be held soon. He said that Rs 13 crore has been sanctioned to widen the roads. CI Pratapa Lingam told this newspaper that parking of vehicles was entirely the prerogative of the municipal authorities. In spite of that, the police are getting the traffic cleared with the help of the police staff and fines are being imposed on violators. Multi-lingual cultural fest held 04 Boy fulﬁls his dream of becoming police officer 05 Rana to essay the role of CBN in ‘NTR’? 14
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