Fatehabad: The issue of market penetration and bazaar collection has gained momentum.

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Fatehabad: The issue of market penetration and bazaar collection has gained momentum.

Fatehabad. Due to illegal encroachments, fences were erected in front of the multi-story parking garage.

Fatehabad. Due to illegal encroachments, fences were erected in front of the multi-story parking garage.

News2News.in news. Fatehabad. The multi-level parking lot, which was built for the convenience of people on the city’s Police Station Road, has now become the cause of traffic jams. It should have happened that after the construction of the parking lot, people would not face crowding in the market, but the opposite is the case. There are so many interventions outside the car park that even the parking barrier has been locked by the local council. The situation is now such that there is traffic jam on Thana Road all day during the festival season. On the other hand, the matter regarding restoration of Tehbaazari is gaining momentum.

A few years ago, in view of the increasing number of vehicles on Police Station Road, a multi-storey car park was constructed here. However, there was also resistance to the construction of parking spaces in the city center. People said that every vehicle coming into the city and going in and out of the market parking lot is exacerbating the problem of traffic congestion instead of reducing it. The same thing happened, as soon as the festival season starts, vehicles enter and exit the parking lot in the crowded market, due to this fight there is a traffic jam on the road to the police station. The remaining work was carried out by the local council itself.

The local council has contractually provided this parking space. The contractor calculates the fare per vehicle. Fences were also randomly erected outside the parking lot. After collecting a fixed amount every month from these street vendors, the contractor also gives them security. Look at the situation that even the entrance gate of the local council has been rented out to the squatters by the developer. It is clear from the scene that the road to the parking lot is closed to vehicles.

Now look at the negligence of the local council that in the name of overreach and under-marketing, the shopkeepers were entangled with each other throughout the market while their own workers tied up the vendors outside the parking lot in the name of under-marketing. Interventions were removed from the entire market, but not a single employee was removed from these providers.

The issue of collecting tehbazaari has now become a topic of discussion. Senior Congressman Dr. Virendra Siwach alleged that such pressure was being put on officials to extort money from city residents. Using the name of a ruling party, he said officials would not allow the local council to work on his application. On the other hand, councilor Mohan Lal Narang has also demanded a ban on tehbazaari collection in this recessionary phase. He says people’s businesses have been ruined due to the recent floods. Now there is a recession in the market. In such a situation, it is not appropriate to collect toll from street vendors on the occasion of Diwali festival. The contradictory orders of the chairman and the district chief on this matter have created a strange tense and confrontational situation in the city. In such a situation, the local council chairman had to announce that he would personally compensate the tehbazaari if they were collected from the street vendors. No big profit is made from this illegal collection. If we look at the statistics of Tehbazaari recovery in the past, the matter is only 20,000 or 30,000 rupees. It would be better if it wasn’t given too much importance. This is a disgrace for the city council. Diwali festival should not be celebrated in tension but in an atmosphere of peace, harmony and colorful celebration.

Market interventions are regularly eliminated. If someone has illegally erected a fence in front of the parking lot, it will soon be removed. This fact has now become known to him.– Mukesh Sharma, CSI local councillor

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