Pune: Parge Nagar Residents Appeals To Kondhwa Traffic Police for Stern Action Against Motorists

Pune: Parge Nagar Residents Appeals To Kondhwa Traffic Police for Stern Action Against Motorists

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Residents in Pune have voiced their concerns about the absence of proper parking regulations in certain areas of the city, such as Kondhwa, Kausarbaug, and Welcome Hall.

Despite efforts to widen the roads, a significant portion remains unlawfully occupied by parked vehicles, causing congestion and inconvenience for motorists.

Expressing their desire for law, order, and peace in their neighborhoods, residents of Parge Nagar emphasize the need for authorities to address these issues promptly and effectively.

Pravin Mandlik, Chairman of Sobha Ivory, highlights the need for increased police patrols during both day and night to tackle various issues, including roadside parking problems.

Similarly, Sameer Punjabi, Chairman of Alcon Royce, echoes concerns about unchecked roadside parking, with heavy vehicles often left unattended, obstructing traffic flow. Imran Amini, a resident of Parge Nagar, laments disturbances caused by large gatherings indulging in noisy activities, open drinking, and illicit behavior, stressing the urgent need for police intervention.

Chhabil Patel, Secretary of NCP Pune, calls for immediate deployment of patrolling vehicles and officers to Parge Nagar to curb illegal activities effectively.

Sanjay Mogale, Police Inspector of Kondhwa Traffic Police, assures residents of continued vigilance and enforcement against offenders.

The community hopes that these concerted efforts from both residents and law enforcement will lead to a safer and more peaceful environment in their neighborhoods.

Shreyas Vange

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