Before starting the work of 6 laning of the National Highway, submit the report after conducting a survey of the underpass and overbridge: MP Harish Dwivedi


Before starting the work of 6 laning of the National Highway, submit the report after conducting a survey of the underpass and overbridge: MP Harish Dwivedi

MP Harish Dwivedi has directed the officials of the National Highway to submit a report by conducting a survey of the underpass and overbridge before the 6-laning of the national highway begins. Addressing the meeting of the Road Safety Committee in the Collectorate Auditorium, he said that the underpass and overbridge would be included in the project as per the requirement before the work starts. He also directed that the corrective action taken by the traffic department at 40 potential accident sites should be verified within 15 days by constituting a committee of officers.

He directed that the Basti Development Authority and the Municipality should select 05 places for parking vehicles from Old Basti to Shastri Chowk. Along with this, post barricading at identified parking places near the town club and GIC and deploy staff. The police department will also deploy two soldiers so that parking can be started actively there. In the next month, the municipality will start regular vehicle parking by getting these two places tendered.

He has directed the Executive Engineer Electricity to remove the electric poles to avoid the jam near the district hospital. He has directed the department to get the electric wire coming out over the Gadhagautam overbridge at the proper height. He has directed to mark the places on the National Highway for systematic parking of sand-laden trucks.

He has directed the officers to get the illegal encroachments removed on the instructions of the government, but to mark the place for the removed street vendors and gummies so that they can earn their livelihood. He directed that the officers should also make alternative arrangements to establish the people removed from the encroachment. Arrangement of shedding, water and toilet should also be made at such a place.

In the review, he found that to reward the good citizens who took the injured in the accident to the hospital, financial assistance under the solarium scheme in the hit and run accident, and the assistance of Rs 10000/- to the families injured in the accident by the UP State Road Transport Corporation or government vehicles. So far not a single victim family has benefited. 16 cases of Good Samatarian have been sent to the CMO office, and 21 cases of hit and run have been sent to New India Insurance Company. He has directed the officers of both the departments to ensure to send their reports within two days.

He directed DIOS and BSA to check the fitness and registration of school buses operated by private schools. While conducting the meeting, RTO. Ravikant Shukla said that under the road safety month from May 19 to June 18, operated on the instructions of the Chief Minister, 204 for not wearing a seatbelt, 276 in the helmet, 18 for driving while talking to a mobile, 64 for walking on rogue side, 53 on overload. Vehicles have been invoiced.

     In the meeting, CDO Dr. Rajesh Kumar Prajapati, Joint Magistrate/SDM Harraiya Amrit Pal Kaur, S.D.M. Sadar/B.D.A. Secretary Suraj Kumar Yadav, Gulab Chandra, CMO Dr. Chandrashekhar, B.S.A. Jagdish Shukla, D.I.Os. DS Yadav, Executive Engineer PWD Ashok Kumar, from National Highway to K.P. Singh, Shyam Avtar Sharma, AEPWD NK Mishra, RTO. Sagir Ahmed Ansari, E.O. Municipality Akhilesh Tripathi, CO. Sadar Alok Prasad, Traffic Inspector Kameshwar Singh, ARTO. Arun Prakash Choubey, NHAI KP Singh was present.

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