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Pedestrian crossings should be increased
Posted by :Shasanka Medhi Level :city (Guwahati, Assam ) Type :common Issue Category :Roads

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I am a resident of Guwahati. I have noticed that Guwahati’s busiest roads like G.S Road, M.G Road and MRD Road does not have more pedestrian crossings. One day tears rolled out from my eyes when I saw a physically handicapped person trying to cross the road. He was trying to cross the road at Panbazar area, but not even a car or scooter stopped. On the other hand, there were no police persons. I request the concerned authorities to take this note and solve the problem.
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