Greater Noida West: Sunday, May 22, 2022, becomes a landmark day for residents of Gaur City 2 as the Noida traffic Police have removed encroachments from all the reported green areas.
Residents of Gaur City 2 had raised the problem of encroachment of green areas in front of societies such as the 14th Avenue society, 16th Avenue society and Raksha Adella society. Residents had alleged that green areas were being used as parking lots. On May 20th May 2022, CitySpidey reported the issue and simultaneously, contacted Noida Traffic Police and Noida Authority. Thereafter, Noida Authority assured CitySpidey that the issue would be solved within the next two days.
दिनांक 22.05.2022 को @noidatraffic द्वारा गौर सिटी-2, 14th एवेन्यू के सामने खड़ी टैक्सी गाड़ी के ड्राइवरों को बुलाकर समझाया गया कि यहां पर किसी भी प्रकार से कोई गाड़ी पार्क नहीं करेगें अपनी सवारी लेकर तुरंत चले जायेंगे।— Noida Traffic Police (@noidatraffic) May 22, 2022
साथ ही नो पार्किंग में खड़े वाहनों को हटाया गया।@CP_Noida pic.twitter.com/3tg3IZnAEo
Abhishek Anand, a resident of 16th Avenue, who raised the complaint says, "This was an everyday issue. More than 30 taxis were parked on the morning of May 20. The drivers used to engage in talking on the road, disturbing the traffic, and seen openly defecating. This was uncomfortable, especially for the women who go out jogging. This problem was becoming bigger day by day. In the end, there was no other alternative but to post this problem on Twitter and later talk to community portal CitySpidey."
He continues, "Today, after posting the issue again on Traffic Police WhatsApp number 7065100100, the police reached here. The encroachment has been removed. I hope peace prevails now."
CitySpidey contacted Traffic Inspector Shailendra Singh to talk about this impact. He says, "After receiving the complaint by CitySpidey and Gaur City 2 residents, today, we imposed a fine on all the vehicles. We
have told the drivers that if they park, here again, their vehicles would be towed. This area would be under our watch from now on. We are thankful to CitySpidey for letting us know about this."