Traders ask district admin to remove encroachments


The traders have expressed concern over the ever-increasing encroachments in different localities of city and demanded the district administration to remove these encroachments to end frequent traffic jams affecting their business.

President Traders Welfare Association Sharjeel Mir, led by a delegation, met newly appointed Commissioner Rawalpindi Saqib Manan and conveyed their concern regarding growing encroachments, lack of parking, and sewage and sanitation systems in the markets.

He said illegal car parking was common even in the presence of traffic cops, creating massive traffic jams and causing accidents. Mir said due to lack of parking space, many markets in downtown areas were losing customers.—APP

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