Hyderabad: Traffic polices searching for area for confiscated lorries
Rajendra Nagar: Scouring to cope-up with a choking scrap of damaged lorries confiscated throughout Vehicle Check as well as Drunken Drive programs, the Rajendranagar Traffic Police is currently rooting around enough government land in the location to move the workplace. For this factor, the Circle Inspector created a letter to the earnings division looking for ample land to develop a brand-new website traffic police headquarters in the location.
The existing website traffic PS in Rajendranagar that tops 2,000 square lawns as well as situated close by the Aram Ghar Cross Road in Shivrampally has actually been inhabited totally with confiscated lorries coming from the car proprietors. From 2 wheelers to guest autos-being seized under different offenses in the Rajendranagar, all have actually consumed the area inside the website traffic PS leaving no space also for the fuel lorries to relocate in as well as out openly from the workplace. As individuals involving the PS were asked to park their lorries outside eviction, the external facility was likewise inhabited with lorries in myriad.
The CI created a letter to MRO Rajendranagar on March 22, requesting atleast an acre of government land in his territory for establishing a brand-new website traffic PS.
Shyam Sundar Reddy, Circle assessor Traffic Police Station, Rajendranagar claimed, “Half of the station space was occupied with vehicles seized during Vehicles Checking and Drunken Drive programmes, while a big chunk of premises is being acquired for the ongoing road widening for the construction of flyover from Zoo Park to Aram Ghar.”
Claiming that no improvement of confiscated lorries was done by the proprietors, the authorities claimed, “The junk of vehicles and shrinking space due to ongoing road widening prompted me to write a letter to MRO asking for a sufficient government land in Rajendranagar to establish a new station building. Already two notices have been served to the owners but no one responded to reclaim the vehicles. After serving a third notice, we will begin the process of auction following due procedure.”
“After reciprocation from the MRO, the same will be communicated to the higher official in the department for further action,” the authorities claimed.