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TDF expresses concern over increasing road accidents
4/25/2019 12:22:17 AM

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Doda, Apr 24: Kuldeep Kumar Rao, Advocate Kanwar Jeet Singh Thakur & Om Raj Bhall the members of Thathri Development Front, District Doda, have expressed concern over the increasing road accidents due to overloading of the vehicles / bad conditions of roads. They wondered as to how, heavy toll of lives occurred in the road accidents have failed to wake up the concerned Department particularly the state government from deep slumber over the years and miserably failed to formulate concrete policy aimed to the safety of the commuters? Is it that the concerned traffic authorities have no concern for the lives lost or that they take the things as a matter of routine happening? What the huge deployment of traffic sleuths are doing on the roads? Passengers often see them negotiating with transport operators at different points on the road and simply share with themselves the unholy nexus between them desperately.
The government in general and the concerned departments in particular owes an explanation to the public at large as to who is responsible for the loss of lives in road accidents, release said and expressed great astonishment that the public has never come to know about punishment handed to any traffic constabulary ever since inception of traffic department ? Is it a simple game of state managed money extortion on the road to share the booty from bottom to top? Why the outdated & overloaded busses & Tata Sumo are plying on these roads and there is no check on these outdated Mini-buses & Tata Sumos.
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