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Wednesday, 6 November 2013


As the festive season has knocked the door, political groups, locals leaders and other organisations have made their presence felt on the sign boards all over Vaishali, Indirapuram, Vasundhara and other parts of the city.

It may not be a surprise that you are stuck in a massive traffic jam, searching a sign board to reach your desired destination and you encounter a giant board of a leader wishing you ‘Happy Navratre’, covering the useful sign board. This is a common scenario in the city where many of the sign boards have become inaccessible to commuters because of posters by different groups trying to highlight themselves during the festive season.  The sign boards of the city are covered with messages wishing commuters a variety of festivals ranging from Independence Day, Janmashtami, Rakhi to Eid, Navratre, Shivratri, Ramleela etc.  
“This is irritating sometimes. My friend was on his way with his family to visit us in Vaishali a few days back. He had come to this area for the first time and was stuck in traffic on the main road. He had to take a left turn from Shopprix mall but he missed it because he could not spot any sign board to direct him. When he called me, I got to know that he had moved away from our house and he took a u-turn to come back. He would not have wasted his 20 minutes if the sign board was visible enough,” informs Sumit Grover, a resident of Vaishali.
Commuters allege that it has led to slow down in traffic movement and his defacement of public property. 
“When people realise that they have missed the sign board, they either start moving in the backward direction or taking a U-turn in the middle of the road which disrupts the entire traffic,” says Gaurav Chanda, a commuter.
Many organisations have complained about the issue to the authority but nothing has been done in this regard.
“We have drafted a letter to the authority highlighting the trouble these encroachments on sign boards are causing. We are hoping that they will take an action soon,” says Alok Kumar, president of FedAOA.
In this regard, Ashok Singh, zonal officer in GNN says “Such practices have tremendously hiked this year and we have received complaints as well from residents. We plan to fine the political parties and private organisations who are defying the laws and causing inconvenience to locals.”

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