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Illegal Parking a Big Threat to HC

Published: 01st August 2015 05:36 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st August 2015 05:36 AM   |  A+A-

NO PARKING

KOCHI:  Kerala High Court is one of the most important institution in the state, but the manner in which the problem of illegal parking in the area is being handled doesn’t convey that.

Though the area is a sensitive one the authorities are yet to take action in this manner.

Illegal parkings has increased manifold in front of the High Court building. This shows how lax the government is in protecting its important establishments.

In the event of an attack the authorities will have to sit aside being mute spectators, since the haphazardly parked vehicles will impede any preventive attempt.

“Those who use the road the most are the officials with the High Court and this may be the reason why the police department is reluctant to initiate action. Even though there is ample space at the High Court and the near by premises, the officials park their vehicles on both side of the road,” said a person on condition of anonymity.

With the congestion on the Banerji road increasing exponentially, people who go towards Goshree main use the Old Railway Station road, but the illegally parked vehicles bring the traffic to a standstill.



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