Pune Accident News: in Pune (Pune) The truck suddenly got stuck in a big pothole on the road near Shivaji Nagar in the morning. Hence, during morning office hours, Pune residents face traffic jams (Pune accident) had to face. This truck was carrying gravel. It took time for the police and laborers to remove the gravel. Because of this, Punekar was stuck in the jam for a long time.
There is always heavy traffic jam on the road leading from the university to Shivaji Nagar. Many people have to bear the pain of this traffic jam during morning office hours. Due to this Punekar is unable to reach office on time. Also, the traffic is slow due to the high number of potholes on this road. Since the water passing chambers are also deep, the depth is unpredictable, thus causing minor accidents.
Ignoring the complaints of potholes
The people of Pune hoped that all the potholes in the city would be filled before the onset of monsoon. But the Municipal Corporation left no stone unturned to fill the potholes. Politics was burning from potholes in the city. Often the opposition party also agitated. Punekars also complained several times. But these complaints were ignored. The city has a large number of potholes at Swargate, Hadapsar, Karve Road, Shivaji Nagar, Ferguson Road, Vishrantwadi, Katraj, Dhankwadi. The people of the same area staged various protests to fill the potholes, but to no avail.
Demolition of the bridge in front of the university caused jam
During the Corona lockdown, the bridge in front of the university was demolished because it was obstructing the work of the metro. Soon after, the work of the second bridge will be started. But even after two years, the work of that bridge has not started. Due to this there is daily jam from Shivaji Nagar to Vidyapeeth Chowk and Aundh to Vidyapeeth Chowk. The plan for another bridge on this route is ready. But it is said that 2025 will be the day for the construction of the new bridge.
contractor responsible for pit in pune
So far, only three contractors have paid a fine of Rs 3.72 lakh to the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) for shoddy work. Despite the potholes on the roads during the Defect Liability Period (DLP), action has not yet gained momentum. Out of 15 ward offices, nine ward offices have submitted a list of 640 roads in the DLP to the PMC. Despite potholes on many roads, action has been taken so far on only five roads and three of them have deposited the fines collected from the contractors.