Mail News Service
Jamshedpur: A Jamshedpur Chamber of Commerce (JCC) delegation led by patron Mohan Lal Agrawal today met SSP Anup Birtharay and while lauding the efforts of the traffic police of lifting vehicles from no parking zones at various city points to ease the traffic flow, however, protested the seizure of two wheelers of shop keepers in the main market zones stating that such moves were in no way logical.
JCC secretary Akash Shah contended that the police action of seizing vehicles and imposing fines on them at no parking areas was an appreciative move. �But imposing fines on trucks loading or unloading goods from near shops or dealing in the same way with the vehicles of customers who come to shop in the market, is not correct.
This way, business is adversely affected especially when there is a rush in the markets during festive times like now when preparations are on for Makar Sankranti and Tusu Parab,� he pointed out.
SSP Birtharay assured the JCC delegation that proper steps will be contemplated on the complaints. The JCC delegation included Vishnu Agrawal, Ajay Gupta and Ramchandra Agrawal.