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Parking cars on footpaths on main roads in South Delhi



What is the policy of MCD or NDMC in Delhi regarding allowing residents or non-residents parking their cars on footpaths, particularly on Main roads like Asiad Games Village Road? The footpaths were created and well designed during CWG. To allow pedestrians to use the footpaths instead of walking on main road and to not allow people from parking their cars on footpaths, pillars were fixed on these well designed and tiled tracks. However, now we find that the residents have uprooted the pillars and started parking their cars on the footpaths. What is happening? Why the agency entrusted to keep the pedestrians walkways free not removing these obstructions and fining the culprits?

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The best would be to first file a written complaint to MCD/NDMC poiinting out the problem.

Attach photographs of the issue.

Convince several others of your locality or friends to file similar complaints.

Send one reminder after a month.


If there is still no action, then follow it up with a RTI Application to find out what is the status of your previous complaint and reminder.

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