Okhla residents left high and dry for hours in Jamia Nagar
Many residents faced hardship from 1 pm to 3 pm today. Residents lamented the absence of gramin seva from Jamia Nagar roads for a few hours due to some restrictions. Daily commuters were stuck for hours waiting for the gramin seva that has turned out to be lifeline for residents.
A gramin seva driver told OKHLATIMES on the condition of anonymity that authorities turned up in Batla House and other places stopping drivers to commute on the road. “There was chaos for hours as everybody played safe by not picking up passengers. We know that residents must have faced hard times today. It was only after 3 pm that the situation was eased,” said a driver, who was coming from Julaina sans passengers.
More than 90 gramin seva plies on Jamia Nagar road.
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