WHO IS RESPONSIBLE STATE BANK OF INDIA (SBI SAKET) or DELHI TRAFFIC POLICE SAKET?
Who is responsible state bank of India (sbi saket) or delhi traffic police Saket? Bank Customers are facing problems in parking their vehicles at SBI bank Saket. There is a small and narrow space where the bank customer parks their vehicle but the traffic police taking undue advantage by towing the customer’s vehicle. Who is responsible for this issue: vehicle owner, bank, traffic police? How will customers communicate towards the bank? Who is answerable for this question?
The incident took place in the morning on 28th September 2020 at 9:09 AM where a 28-year-old boy parked his Scotty vehicle number “DL11SM4000” in front of the SBI bank Saket at the allotted space but Delhi Traffic Police Saket towed his Scotty. Here’s the picture with the date and timings which are taken by the boy because these incidents took place every day. Why Delhi traffic police are not putting “No parking zone” board. This is the question that should be asked by them.
A 28-year-old boy said that “When I reached to tow area what I saw the Tow van driver is negotiating with people. Even they use this language that Court ke chakaro main kya padogey thoda dekhlo yahin mamla rafa daffa kardengey. They mentally harass the public which left no option to make illegal gratification.”
He also added “Now who will bear my challan. I claimed to ASI Pardeep Kumar (940/T: 28931840) that my Scotty was parked in a parking zone and I showed the pictures which clearly depict that my vehicle was parked in the parking zone of the bank premises but he denied my all claims. When I said that I will challenge you in court he passed derogatory remarks “kardo judge sahab hume bhi thode rules & regulations samjhade“. Who is responsible state bank of India (sbi Saket) or Delhi traffic police Saket? Bank Customers are facing problems in parking their vehicles at SBI bank Saket. It is a humble request to Delhi traffic police to run some campaign not for the general public but for some traffic police officials how to deal or communicate to the public. ”
Delhi traffic police should put some boards in that place so that the alleged violators may be cautious in the future in respect of the traffic violation and they do not commit the same offenses again of similar nature.