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Traffic is a Nightmare here and Nobody Cares - Welcome to Islamabad Town Featured

May 16

The routine traffic mess in South Kashmir’s Islamabad town especially from Janglat Mandi-Dilagam has irked the commuters.

The Locals have appealed the District administration to intervene and ensure a hassle free movement to the travelers.

"The traffic jam in the area leaves thousands of commuters stuck for hours, there hardly is any policemen deployed anywhere on the Dialgam- Janglat Mandi route," a Journalist Sameer Ahmed told The Kashmiriyat.

The traffic mess has resulted in immense hardships to the people especially patients, students and employees in office and school timings, he said, adding that proper measures should be taken to help people reach their workplaces on time.

Many Locals had similar complaints and said that traffic jam from Ashajipora to Bondailgam has become a concern for one and all.

Meanwhile the overall situation fo Traffic in the township is a nightmare to the commuters.

The Entire route from Khanabal to Dialgam and Khanabal to Dak Bungalow, mehandi Kadal to Mattan Adda, Nazuk Mohalla to Cheeni chowk and Lal Chowk to Sherbagh is a mess.

The Officials have hardly taken any measures to resolve the regular complaints of the people.

"The Muncipal Committee Members reach the town square everyday and snatch the livelihood of fruit and vegetable vendors almost every day, but nobody is concerned about rich parking their vehicles as per their convenience," a Local Shujaat Ahmed Said.

The vendors are not the real cause of the traffic mess, the public as well as private vehicles parking anywhere as per their own convenience is the real issue, he added.

Speaking to The Kashmiriyat DSP, Traffic Nisar Ahmed said that he has discussed measures with the District administration which has ensured action.

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