Hyderabad: Hyderabad traffic police has yet started another obstructive parking device and plans to impose up to Rs. 1,000 if the vehicle is parked irresponsibly on city roads.
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On Wednesday, traffic police fixed symbols demonstrating difficult parking in the Marredpally bays areas, Raj Bhavan Road, the CM camp office, Begumpet and some other parts of the city.
The reader targets traffic offenders who block roadways on city roads that affect the smooth flow of traffic and endanger the lives of commuters.
Offenders who will be booked to block roads by parking their vehicles incorrectly will have to pay a fine of Rs 1,000 against a challan for an awkward parking lot.
According to Hyderabad Traffic Police, E-challans will be preferred in this case as offenders compete a lot when challans of higher amounts are booked manually. In cases where the vehicle was found in parking areas, the fine is only Rs 200, so offenders prefer to pay this amount.
RPF Ranganath said: “We have just launched a new disc against obstructive parking in several parts of the city and this time we are strict against blocking pavements, the good flow of traffic and we also started to set up the signs to alert the public in the city “.
While the traffic police threw this driving to confirm the constant successively of the traffic, person along for the ride on the other hand, are unhappy and asked where they should park when there are not enough parking spaces in the city.
D. Vinay, a suburb, said: “Parking has now been commercialized with all commercial buildings having their own parking fees, and they charge at their own discretion. Outside the buildings where there is space. With this reader, people will be forced to park vehicles in private parking areas and pay parking fees instead of being penalized.
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The traffic police and the GHMC should provide sufficient parking and should pay for parking, and should be uniform throughout the city, so that commuters will no longer be charged by private parking managers.