Hyderabad: SNDP operate at Begumpet tosses drivers right into a tizzy
Hyderabad: The website traffic police were left red-faced on Friday, as the variety of guys released to manage website traffic on the Begumpet stretch was incapable to handle it relocating from Secunderabad to Begumpet and also vice-versa. The leading brass of the website traffic wing avoided supplying any kind of various other detour (other than one supplied from Wesley College to Sindhi Colony roadways) to travelers also while discussing that drivers might take any kind of detour of their selection if they want to stay clear of traffic congestion.
AV Ranganath, Joint Commissioner of Police (website traffic), stated, “Though we have stopped heavy vehicles from entering the Begumpet diversion areas, still traffic was jammed. In such a scenario, the public is requested to take alternate routes to reach their destination because the alternate route provided by us could not accommodate such huge flow of vehicles. It is better to avoid the road for the next 45 days till the SNDP work is completed. It needs to be completed on priority; if anyone is taking the route then they may land up in serious traffic jams or congestions.”
Motorists taking a trip on the Begumpet stretch from Secunderabad or from Begumpet in the direction of Secunderabad needed to deal with great deal of problems because of the recurring Strategic Nala Development Programme (SNDP) job near the nala at Karachi Bakery,Rasooplura
Uday Kumar, a software program designer operating in an IT firm at Hi-Tech City, stated, “The traffic police and the GHMC do not have any idea about picking up development work.
What was the need for them to select the month of April when the heat is high and the sun is scorching on our heads. In such a scenario the departments expect us to wait in traffic for hours. The policy planning for development work has gone for a toss; such planning is not at all citizen- friendly.”
Though the website traffic police had actually stated the SNDP job and also executed a test on Thursday, yet the website traffic on the primary stretch was thrown away of equipment. On Thursday the website traffic was choked till Habsiguda for travelers taking a trip from Secunderabad to Punjagutta for those relocating fromBanjara Hills An policeman of the website traffic wing, on problem of privacy, stated, “for the trial run we had deployed more than 40 personnel at multiple junctions on the entire stretch, but still traffic could not be managed.
We were supposed to submit our report to higher-ups based on field experience; we submitted the report stating that motorists had to face severe traffic jams due to the nala work. Despite we highlighting the traffic problems the higher ups have taken the decision to continue the work for 45 days.”