Kolhapur News : Traffic in Ambabai Temple area will continue on Dussehra-Diwali. The decision in this regard was taken in a meeting held today with the traders’ administration. On the occasion of the festival, all the roads are closed for traffic by barricading the Ambabai Mandir Road area on behalf of the administration. As a result, the business of all the traders in the area was affected. As a result, the administration, Kolhapur Saraf Traders Association and Mahadwar Road Traders Association held meetings for the last three days to find a way out.
A meeting was held in the presence of District Police Chief Shailesh Balakwade, Karveer Tehsildar Sheetal Bhambre-Mule, City Deputy Superintendent of Police Mangesh Chavan, Senior Police Inspector Tanaji Sawant, Traffic Sneha Giri, City Engineer Netradeep Sarnobat, Sub-City Engineer Narayan Bhosle, Head of Encroachment Department Sachin Jadhav at the office of Saraf Traders Association today. done
President of Kolhapur Saraf Traders Association Rajesh Rathod said on this occasion that making Mahadwar Road free of barricading will help the business of all traders. Former corporator Kiran Nakate said, the administration has always supported the traders. Administration should help everyone to do business by cooperating at this time as well. For this, Minister Chandrakant Patil, MP Dhananjay Mahadik, District Collector, Chief of Police, Inspector of Old Palace, etc. have given a statement to make them aware of the effects on the business. Even at that time, everyone had promised to cooperate.
After listening to everyone’s suggestions and opinions, the administration allowed roads in Mahadwar Road area to be opened during Dussehra-Diwali. Two-wheelers and rickshaws will be allowed in Bhausingji Road, Gujari to Rankala Road, Mahadwar Road (Binkhambi Ganesh Temple to Papachi Tikti), Tarabai Road, Jotiba Road, Rajopadhe Bol, Babujmal Road (Ambabai Temple area). At the same time, it was also decided that it can be done from 10 at night to 6 in the morning to transport the goods of traders.
On this occasion, Vice President of Saraf Sangh Vijay Howal, Secretary Pritam Oswal, Tejas Dhadam, Director Shivaji Patil, Ashok Oswal, Vijaykumar Bhosale, Kuldeep Gaikwad, Kumar Oswal, former corporator Ajit Thanekar, Jayant Goyani of Mahadwar Traders Association, Manoj Bahirshet, Satyajit Sangavkar, Amit Keswani, A large number of businessmen were present along with Deepak Bagal.
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