A delegation of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), members led by Vinesh Gregory and Iqbal Rizvi met Director of National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), Chandrashekhar and informed about the problems faced by commuters.
The MNS members discussed the issues faced by the residents on a day-to-day basis due to the fly over construction on the road of Liberty Talkies heading to Nelson Square. The members discussed various problems faced by the local residents. The area witnesses heavy traffic throughout the year and the ongoing construction work often leads to chaos and traffic jams, the MNS workers said. Moreover, the health of the shop owners is also affected due to constant dust particles in the air from the construction work taking place.
Further, the people are also agitated due to frequent damages caused to their vehicles, the MNS workers said. Chandrashekhar ensured the delegation to look in the matter and told them that he would conduct a joint inspection with the MNS office-bearers on February 20.
Even though, the discussion regarding the modern technology was held here during Indian Congress Road, the technology has not been applied for the construction of the flyover in the city. The flyover was expected to be completed by the end of next month, but due to the various difficulties and lack of proper control, it may take next 2 years for the flyover to get completed and ready to use.
City Unit President, Vishal Badge, Nitin Khanorkar, Vijay Deshpande, Mahesh Joshi,Santosh Gaikwad, Vikran Gupta and many MNS workers were prominently present on the occasion.