The city police have taken the decision to form community organizations called “Traffic Advisory Councils” made up of residents to enhance traffic management and reduce congestion.
CP Amitesh Kumar said an extensive drive will be taken up against various traffic violations. “From Friday, vehicles will be immediately detained if the owner fails to pay the e-challan,” he said.
There are 38 locations throughout the city where these police-public coordination councils or committees will be established.
These organizations will provide recommendations based on local needs, serve as volunteers, and act as a bridge between the police and the general public.
The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) is speeding up road repair projects in preparation for the G20 Summit, and city police are working to improve traffic flow and remove bottlenecks and congestion sites as soon as possible.
The CP further said, “We are also adopting no tolerance policy towards triple-seat driving, not wearing helmets or seat belts, and using dark tinted windows.”
The senior cop continued by saying that actions against wrong-side driving and the usage of fancy number plates would not be entertained. CP told that “The police stations have been provided with two e-challan printing machines. “Police stations and traffic wing will join hands to take action.”
The traffic division of City Police is cooperating with traffic diversion to ensure that the work is completed as soon as possible and providing no-objection certifications to NMC without delay for road construction.