Traders create ruckus again at Navalti Chowk in Muzaffarnagar, angry with blocking the way by putting barricade
Muzaffarnagar. Traders created ruckus at Navalti Crossroads on Roorkee Road in the city and demanded opening of Navalti Crossroads. During this, the traders also raised slogans of police administration Murdabad. SP City Satyanarayan Prajapat and SP Traffic Kuldeep Singh, who reached the spot on the information about the protest by the traders at Navalti Chowk, pacified the traders who were creating ruckus by persuading them.
The same Superintendent of Police, City Satyanarayan Prajapat has assured the traders to fulfill all their demands. During the uproar, there was heavy traffic jam on both sides of the intersection. On Monday, the traders gathered and created ruckus to open the Navalti Crossroads on Roorkee Road, which disrupted the traffic system. Business leader Krishna Gopal Mittal says that due to the closure of this intersection, traffic gets disrupted due to the heavy movement of vehicles at the Government Hospital intersection.
He says that due to the closure of Navalti Chauraha, the drivers passing through Kinauni, Tawli, Khanjapur, Kashiram Colony, Barwala, Budhana, Pinna, Abkari, Gaushala, Meenakshi and have to face huge problems. Business leader Krishna Gopal Mittal says that if this intersection is not opened, the police administration will have to bear the consequences. He said that due to the closure of this square, business is also being affected somewhere, because people coming from rural areas go through this square to buy from traders on Ansari Road. If this crossroad is closed, then the business of traders sitting on Ansari Road will be greatly affected, which will not be tolerated at all.
City Superintendent of Police Satyanarayan Prajapat and Traffic Superintendent of Police Kuldeep Singh, who reached the spot on the information of the uproar, assured the traders that all their demands would be fulfilled soon. After the assurance given by the administrative officials, the commotion by the traders was called off.
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