Delhi News: Jam and parking problems are common in Delhi. As soon as the morning comes, heavy traffic is usually seen on the roads of Delhi. At the same time, the problem of parking in office and factory areas is much bigger than traffic jam. In order to get rid of this, the businessmen of Bawana and Narela had requested the Kejriwal government a few days ago to solve the parking problem. Now there are signs of it being approved very soon. The Delhi government minister said a big thing in this context. Let us know.
Delhi government minister Saurabh Bhardwaj said a big thing
Delhi Government Minister Saurabh Bhardwaj said a big thing regarding the problem of parking. According to him, from October 15, no parking fee will be charged in two places of Delhi, Bawana and Narela Industrial Area. Actually he said this in a meeting with businessmen.
Let us tell you that a few days ago, factory owners had raised their voice regarding the problem of parking and rising rates. In such a situation, CTI Chairman Brijesh Goyal met Minister Saurabh Bhardwaj regarding these problems. In such a situation, to overcome this, Delhi government has said that parking will be free from October 15. For this, work is going on at a fast pace and paper work is being completed.
Delhi BJP raised a big question
In the meeting with the minister, the traders talked about the following problems in a phased manner. In which he said that there should not be toll barrier in the industrial area, it leads to complete road jam. Excessive fees should not be charged. In such a situation, the Delhi government has accepted everything and assured to resolve the situation very soon.
Here Delhi BJP workers say that we have raised that issue. Some traders had come to State President Virendra Sachdeva with their demands. In which he put forward the problem of widening of roads and parking. In such a situation, we had made a demand.
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