To decongest the city streets, Jammu and Kashmir Police have, surprisingly, utilized automatons as a part of the capital urban communities of Srinagar and Jammu.
The activity police have arranged a narrative utilizing the automatons which it expects to appear amid a workshop on ‘Movement Management’ on Saturday.
“We have concentrated on the movement in the capital urban areas (Srinagar and Jammu) through automatons and the narrative that has been readied will be appeared amid the class so that every one of the partners get a thought of the activity in the state and the issues that prompt continuous clog,” Additional Director General of Police, Armed, S M Sahai has said.
Boss Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed is required to initiate the class which is being sorted out by the Institution of Studies, Learning and Analysis (ISLA) at Sher-i-Kashmir International Conference Center (SKICC) on the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar on Saturday.
Sahai, who is likewise the Director of ISLA, said that with an upsurge in the vehicular movement in Srinagar and Jammu, issues identified with legitimate activity administration was emerging.
“The rising quantities of vehicles combined with insufficient foundation are bringing about high activity blockage in the urban communities and the national thruways,” he said.
The administration of activity has turned into a major issue as the general population are enduring on account of the continuous sticks particularly in the two capitals and the roadway joining them, he said.
Sahai said ISLA is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and advanced by state police.
“There will be three business sessions in the class amid which examinations will occur between specialists, specialists and other partners so that both short and long haul measures could be imagined to defeat the issue of movement clog,” he said.
Chief ISLA said the first session of course will be on the subject Infrastructure and Deputy General Manager (DGM), Rail India Technical and Economic Services Ltd (RITES) Sudeep Gupta will be the master amid the session joined by different specialists.
In the second session, the subject will be security and amid this session President Indian Road Transport Education
(IRTE) and Director College of Traffic Management, Faridabad, Rohit Baluja, would be the master.
Amid the third session examination will occur on the subject of Regulation and previous Director General of Police, Maharashtra, P S Pasricha, will be the master.
Sahai said the class would witness the interest of all partners identified with administration of movement in the state including architects, police, town organizers, merchants, common society activists, partners of tourism, school organization, specialists, transporters, understudies, sellers and roadside sellers.