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17 dead in road accidents on turnpike close to Gurugram in 2020

New Delhi: Road accidents ascending on the Western Peripheral Expressway or the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway which was made operational in 2019. As per traffic police information, 17 people were slaughtered and 10 genuinely harmed in 2020. The KMP was worked for smooth traffic development and controlling gridlock on the Delhi-Jaipur Expressway (NH-48).

Yet, as the number of vehicles on the KMP expanded, mishaps are occurring with expanding recurrence on the stretch.

As indicated by the traffic police, the KMP has now arisen as another dark spot. The traffic police have distinguished a few explanations for the mishaps, which incorporate individuals of the encompassing towns going across the street by walking or driving at rapid and stopping along the side of the road without turning on their markers.

Aside from the KMP, National Highway-48 has likewise arisen as another executioner stretch in Gurugram. As per police records, an aggregate of 194 street mishaps occurred on the Delhi-Jaipur interstate in 2020, in which 116 individuals passed on and 105 individuals were genuinely harmed.

Other than this, there were 161 street mishaps on the public roadways in which 92 individuals lost their lives and 96 individuals were harmed.

The accident information likewise uncovered that the city’s inward streets are undependable for voyagers. In the 544 mishaps that happened on the city’s numerous inside streets, 444 individuals were basically harmed and 116 individuals kicked the bucket.

“Endeavors are being made to check Road accidents on the KMP, Delhi-Jaipur interstate, and different streets in Gurugram. Aside from this, cameras would likewise be introduced for speed discovery and recognizing deviant drivers on the KMP and the public interstate. Before long all the city streets will be checked through CCTV cameras and the traffic police have just begun sending e-challans to the traffic rules violators,” said ACP Traffic and Highways Manoj Kumar.

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