Srinagar: As the complaints pour in about non-clearance of accumulated snow on the roads, the district administration Srinagar Tuesday said that the efforts are on to clear the road and appealed to the people to cooperate with the departments on the ground.
Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar, Dr. Shahid Iqbal Choudhary told news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that the men and machinery has already been pressed to clear the roads.
“The vehicles on the roads delayed the process. The roads would have been cleared much time ago in case there could have been no traffic for some early hours,” he said.
He further stated that all the roads will be cleared within a shortest possible time. “It would take a few hours to clear the roads as the people now have cooperated with the administration on the ground,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Srinagar administration in a tweet appealed the residents for continued cooperation and assured round-the-clock efforts to ease disruptions resulting from the prevailing weather situation.
“We would like to request our residents for continued cooperation while our departments are out on the ground clearing the snow and restoring the affected services. We can assure of round-the-clock efforts to ease disruptions resulting from the prevailing weather situation,” Srinagar district administration tweeted—(KNO)