This is how G'bad followed the car-free day
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This is how G'bad followed the car-free day

Some peddled, some flouted the rule, while others just posed. This is the how Ghaziabad responded to its first car free day.

This is how G'bad followed the car-free day

Ghaziabad's first 'car-free day' remained a symbolic affair with car drivers either unaware of the initiative or reluctant to give up the comfort of their four wheelers, even as RWA representatives tried their best to persuade them to leave their vehicles at home for just two hours and use public transport.

RIDING AGAINST THE STORM: (from left) RWA Fed Chairman TP Tyagi, CO (Traffic) and SP (Traffic), Ghaziabad, supported the RWA initiative by riding bicycles.


POWER TRIP: Additional district magistrate Priti Jaiswal (centre) along with Ghaziabad traffic officials and RWA representatives showcase peddle power at Chaudhary Morh, GT Road


HEY, READ THIS! RWA Fed Secretary VP Singh and Executive Member RK Arya trying hard to persuade drivers at Swadeshi Chowk, Vijay Nagar.


RED ALERT: RWA representatives Lata (Principal, SSD Jain Public School, Ghaziabad) and Meenakshi attempt the flower-bomb strategy at Raj Nagar Extension intersection.


LONE WARRIOR: RWA representative Jose Leon at CISF crossing, Indirapuram.


LISTEN TO ME, MAN! RWA Fed Chairman, TP Tyagi, hard at work.