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Road Blocks By Agitators Disturb life

Posted by Kokolicious on August 13th, 2008

The Capital came to a halt once again on Thursday morning when the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) declared nationwide protests and chakka-jam for Amarnath land transfer. This resulted into heavy traffic jams on the Delhi roads. VHP activists started their protest at around 9 a.m., blocking roads and disrupting train services across the country.

In the National Capital Region (NCR), VHP blocked the roads at more than 20 places, including ITO, Moolchand, Dwarka, Deepali Chawk and Pitampura. The group had alleged earlier on Tuesday that the school and hospital vehicles wouldn’t be stopped but once the protests began, no vehicle was spared to be moved by. The VHP General Secretary stated, "The central government must give the land to the Amarnath shrine board; otherwise our protest will continue."

My colleague Saqib started his journey from New Friends Colony at 9.00 in the morning, his routine time to start for the office. He was supposed to reach office by 9.45am, but he could reach office located on Ring Road only after 12.00 noon. The moment he reached the office, he was filled with agony and anger.

For how long, the general public will have to suffer for these politically motivated issues? Why does the administration allow these protesters blocking the roads adding frustration, anguish, and suffering to the life?

How can somebody achieve anything by troubling the general public? If you have an issue, go and protest at the places allocated for this kind of agitations, such as Jantar Mantar, Parliament Street. Moreover, the administration as well, doesn’t have any plans to protect the public from such an unnecessary harassment. And, the result is that many patients die on their way to the hospital. School and college students get late for their classes and examinations. Moreover, the business and service class people have to waste their precious and productive time in traffic-jams.

The Amarnath shrine issue has already created havoc in the lives of the people staying in Jammu and Kashmir. The general people of the state are facing countless troubles due to these bandhs, traffic jams, and economic blockade. The public life has become a hell there as none of their needs is being fulfilled due to the road blocks for around a month now. While it was the gujjars who blocked the roads few days back, it’s the turn of different strata of the society now! Does it make sense to fulfill our needs by barring the needs of others? Why not!… the majority of agitators think so.

There is an immediate need to take concrete measures to stop such protests on the roads and rail lines. There ought to be some places allocated for protests in every city. The hard rules are required to be implemented to protect the life lines of the city such as roads and rail routes from getting blocked or damaged by politically motivated agitators.

We, strongly condemn the chakka jams, rail and road barricading and damages to the public property by the protesters everywhere in the country.

One Response to “Road Blocks By Agitators Disturb life”

  1. mia Says:

    I think these jams/agitations are only to harass common people, for whom the time and life is very important. I fail to understand these agitations should be aimed at those, who are directly involved in decision-making, and thus netas and government officials should be targetted, and not the common people who may be in dire need to reach office or hospital.


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