Darjeeling cops work to smoothen town traffic

Darjeeling cops work to smoothen town traffic
As the Darjeeling traffic police started impounding vehicles parked illegally in and around the town, people welcomed the move and said that the police had done this for the very first time in the town. Residents also expressed hope that the traffic situation will ease a lot in the already congested town once such illegal parking trend stops.
The police also claimed that the move to tow away vehicles parked on the roads has led to traffic snarls easing a bit as compared to the situation only a few days ago.
“We actually began this drive on 4 July, where vehicles parked illegally are being towed. Presently, one vehicle has been pressed into service for the drive, with one more vehicle to be introduced soon. So far, 21 vehicles, both private and taxis (13 four-wheelers and eight two-wheeler) have been towed. We started the drive from Lebong Cart Road and continued it on Hill Cart Road,” said Dorjee Sherpa, the Officer in-charge, Sadar Traffic.

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As the Darjeeling traffic police started impounding vehicles parked illegally in and around the town, people welcomed the move and said that the police had done this for the very first time in the town.

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