GB Nagar police intensifies 'Operation Clean' ahead of Diwali
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GB Nagar police intensifies 'Operation Clean' ahead of Diwali

Local area police conducted foot march at ATMs, banks, malls and markets in Gautam Budh Nagar.

GB Nagar police intensifies 'Operation Clean' ahead of Diwali

Seeing an increase in activities at local markets, malls, roads, residential societies ahead of the Diwali festival, Gautam Budh Nagar police has tightened the noose on miscreants with the relaunch of its successful drive 'Operation Clean' all across the twin cities.  

Local area police conducted foot march at ATMs, banks, malls and markets in both Noida and Greater Noida. During its drive on Monday evening, the Greater Noida police claimed to have arrested 12 people for various offences including possession of illicit liquor and firearms during a special campaign.

In Noida, a search was conducted in busy areas including Sector 18 market, Atta Market, sectors 41, 63, 39, Botanical Garden and malls. In Greater Noida, police teams carried out inspections at several places including residential societies in Greater Noida West.

Different teams led by senior police officials have also started inspection in residential societies. On Monday evening, police reached out to Gaur City residential town to inspect security management in and out of the society premises.

After seeing police being active on roads, the residents sought the attention of police on more relevant issues like unauthorised parking on service lanes, markets and at other places.

Residents have also sought the attention of Greater Noida Authority on key issues like dark spots due to the absence of streetlights at many locations.

Residents demanded regular police patrolling in their area as snatching incidents have become a serious concern for the residents. People living in several highrises in Greater Noida West demanded a permanent solution for traffic issues at Gaur Chowk and at some other places. 

Wrong-side driving is frequent in areas near all U-turns, especially near Gaur City 1&2, Ekmurti (Cherry County) and Artha SEZ rotary. 

“Major traffic issue is due to illegal parking outside newly built Gaur city mall near Kisan Chowk where vehicles are parked on internal and external service roads of 130m wide road and in sector 16C between Gaur City 2 and Mahagun Mart where people park their vehicles on road,” said Manish Kumar, a resident of Greater Noida West.

“Earlier, traffic police was seen taking action on parking outside Gaur City mall due to disturbance in traffic movement on main road. However, traffic police were yet to take any cognizance on sector 16C issues,” he added.