Gurugram: Gurugram Deputy Commissioner and MCG Commissioner Amit Khatri on Saturday wrote a letter to the police department to initiate action against the abandoned and accident-damaged vehicles lying across the city roads.
On December 3, the divisional commissioner Ashok Sangwan held a review meeting and had given instructions to make Udyog Vihar and Sector 18 area free from unclaimed vehicles. In this regard, a letter was sent to the police department on December 4 to make the Udyog Vihar and Sector 18 free from such vehicles.
Thereafter, a survey was conducted about these vehicles lying at other places and vacant land in the city and now a letter has been written to the police department to take appropriate action against them and clear the places.
Deputy Commissioner Amit Khatri appealed the owners to pick their unclaimed vehicles at the earliest. He said that the owners should pick their vehicles.
“If they fail to respond then the police department will take action and unclaimed vehicles will be impounded. The police has started lifting vehicles and process for the auction as per the rules and the expenses will also be recovered from the vehicle owners.” he said.
According to the civic body, these burnt, broken vehicles lying along the sides of the roads not only causes traffic jams gives but also gives the bad looks. In the winter, theses unattended vehicles are not visible to the drivers due to fog increasing the possibility of an accident.