Letter to the Editor: Traffic Jams in Karachi

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Letter to Editor |

Through the auspices of your esteemed forum, I would like to draw the attention of the transport authorities as well as the law of enforcement Agencies towards increasing traffic jams in various areas of the city. At times, these traffic jams seem to be the result of the carelessness of law enforcement authorities. But mostly these are caused by some other factors. Generally, people’s rash, rough and reckless driving are the causes of this undesirable things.

At the same time, when any mishap or violent incident takes place, many ways are blocked in no time. Car and bus drivers and traveling people suffer a lot. They remain depressed and tense for the undue delay caused by traffic congestions. People reach their jobs or get back home after sheer wastage of time. Besides time consumption, it burns a lot of you. A large number of people remain in unimaginable torture. The authority concerned are requested to look into the matter seriously and to find a proper solution to the problem

Syeda Areej Batool
University of Karachi


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