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Four Judges Including Supreme Court Judge Stuck In Jam Convoy Halted For 10 Minutes

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On Saturday, the honorables also had to grapple with the jam during the school holidays in the capital. A convoy of four judges, including Supreme Court Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, High Court Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal, got stuck in a traffic jam outside St MR Jaipuria School in Gomtinagar at around 12:30 pm. Seeing this, the hands and feet of the traffic officers swelled. After hard work, their vehicles were removed after opening the jam, however, it took 10 minutes.

According to the information, Supreme Court Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, Allahabad High Court Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal, Justice Ramesh Sinha and Justice DK Upadhyay attended the conference organized at the Judicial Training and Research Institute (JTRI) on Saturday. While returning from here, his convoy came in the grip of jam outside Jaipuria School. On the spot, apart from school vehicles, the vehicles of parents who came to pick up the children were parked on the road due to bad traffic conditions. Meanwhile, the traffic policemen doing duty nearby rushed to the spot as soon as they got information about the judges’ vehicles getting stuck.

schools were asked to arrange

After the displeasure of the government, JCP Piyush Mordia wrote a letter to all the schools in the city two days ago, asking them to make arrangements to prevent traffic jams outside during the holidays. At the same time, Divisional Commissioner Dr. Roshan Jacob had also directed the schools on Thursday to rectify the situation in three days and make arrangements to deal with the jam by employing necessary staff. Despite this, this big negligence came to the fore on Saturday. On the other hand, after receiving the letter of JCP, many schools engaged guards, but the parents are not listening to them. Schools told that when the guards ask to remove the vehicle from the road, then the parents say, the child is about to come. Will take him away immediately. After that the vehicle is not removed.

The people trapped in the jam expressed their pain

Many passers-by also had to face trouble due to the jam outside Jaipuria School during the holiday. Sameer Singh said that the traffic police should make arrangements for diversion from the schools. This can reduce congestion. At the same time, Sanjeev Mishra said that people will improve only after strict action from the police. Shohit Aggarwal said that he has to face jam every day. Only the traffic department can solve this problem. For this he should take strict action.

…and listen to DCP traffic

TI was posted on the spot. There has been no issue of traffic. Talks are going on to fix the parking system after talking to the schools. Work is being done to improve the traffic system during school holidays. – Subhash Chandra Shakya, DCP Traffic

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On Saturday, the honorables also had to grapple with the jam during the school holidays in the capital. A convoy of four judges, including Supreme Court Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, High Court Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal, got stuck in a traffic jam outside St MR Jaipuria School in Gomtinagar at around 12:30 pm. Seeing this, the hands and feet of the traffic officers swelled. After hard work, their vehicles were removed after opening the jam, however, it took 10 minutes.

According to the information, Supreme Court Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, Allahabad High Court Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal, Justice Ramesh Sinha and Justice DK Upadhyay attended the conference organized at the Judicial Training and Research Institute (JTRI) on Saturday. While returning from here, his convoy came in the grip of jam outside Jaipuria School. On the spot, apart from school vehicles, the vehicles of parents who came to pick up the children were parked on the road due to bad traffic conditions. Meanwhile, the traffic policemen doing duty nearby rushed to the spot as soon as they got information about the judges’ vehicles getting stuck.


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