Ban entry of autos inside Ram Bagh, demand activists
Charanjit Singh Teja
Amritsar, January 3
Morning and night walkers at Ram Bagh, also called Firm Bagh, are irked on the vehicular motion contained in the backyard. An area advocate has shot off a letter to the MC Commissioner, demanding a ban on the entry of the autos on the premises of the backyard.
There are a number of undesirable roads insides Ram Bagh. A few of these roads present hyperlink to the unlawful encroachments contained in the backyard. These roads are utilized by influential guests solely.
Advocate PC Sharma, an RTI and social activist stated, “The gardens will not be meant for the motion of autos. No autos are allowed in Rose Backyard Chandigarh or Mughal Backyard in Srinagar, however this historic Ram Bagh is being ruined by the automobile motion. A whole bunch of autos frequenting the backyard from morning to late evening are affecting the sanctity and natural world of the backyard. The unlawful encroachment upon the premises of the backyard is one problem, however the administration mustn’t enable anybody to enter within the backyard together with their autos.” Sharma has written to the district and municipal authorities to cease the entry of autos.
“The folks, who come for morning stroll can simply park their autos on roadside as there may be not a lot visitors on the roads within the morning. Even there’s a parking facility on the nook of Lawrence Street. Automobiles will be parked at Nehru Buying Advanced’s parking.”
Kuljit Singh, president, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Virasat Manch, stated, “The authorities are intentionally ruining the historic backyard of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Ram Bagh is among the main respiration areas close to the congested outdated metropolis space. As an alternative of planting extra three and beautifying it, the federal government spends cash on recarpeting or winding of roads contained in the backyard. A big portion of the backyard has been concretised for the parking of autos. Automobiles shouldn’t be allowed contained in the backyard.”