Children’s traffic park: no children giving information about the rules, there is a lot of dirt everywhere

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Panchkula. What kind of playground is this? There are no children here, nor is there any traffic police employee who gives information about the rules. The park built at a cost of thousands of thousands of thousands of euros on 6 acres in Sector-12 has reached a dilapidated state. Traffic rules are no longer available in this park as before. Before the time of the Crown, some children and people came here to visit, but now they are not seen either. Definitely, traffic offenders come to Challan’s traffic branch at the park to pay the fine. But due to the lack of cleanliness here, there is a mess everywhere.
20 years ago, to make children aware of traffic rules, the Haryana Urban Development Authority had built a six-acre park in Sector-12 spending thousands of rupees. The park was inaugurated on April 23, 2002 by the former Chief Minister of Haryana, Om Prakash Chautala, in the presence of the Minister of Town Planning and Town Planning, Dhir Pal Singh. For a few years, traffic police staff kept the kids informed about traffic rules here. Children from different schools came here on bus journeys, to whom the police reported on traffic rules, but before the Crown period, there is now no one to inform children about traffic rules.
Traffic lights off, rusty boards
A simulated infrastructure was developed at the Traffic Playground to provide information on traffic rules. Traffic lights have also been installed to raise awareness among children, who have been missing for many years. Now, little by little, the signs made to make children aware of traffic rules have also begun to sink.
Apart from that, there has been a roundabout, a petrol station, a railway gate, a pedestrian path, a detour, a unique path to raise awareness of the park. Signs have been placed with information on the speed limit, a ban on playing the horn. In some places, there are tables for left turn, right turn, stop, forward resistance. Simulated petrol pumps, shopping plazas, libraries, museums, railway stations, airports and hospitals have also been built along the way. But now all of these have reached a ruinous state due to the inaction of the administration and the lack of children.
The Traffic Children’s Park built in Sector-12 is just for a picnic. There is no one here to give information about traffic rules. The park toilet is dirty. It was not cleaned. Suraj, an 11th grade student.
The name is Children Traffic Park. The traffic lights here have been closed for years. The following will show how students will be sensitized. Signs that make people aware of traffic rules have begun to sink. Dirt is spreading everywhere. – Irfan Hussain, 9th grader.
The Traffic Children’s Park has begun to deteriorate due to lack of maintenance. There should be someone in the park to inform students of traffic rules. Here the networks break everywhere. The toilet smells so bad that no one can use it. Hemant, 9th grader.
The toilet of the Parc Infantil Trànsit located in Sector-12 is in poor condition. All the toilet water bottles are missing here. There is no agreement here to drink water. There is nothing like traffic rules information here. Mohit, 9th grader.
The issue related to the Sector-12 Traffic Park is not to my knowledge. I will check it out. – Rajkumar Ranga, ACP Traffic Panchkula

Panchkula. What kind of playground is this? There are no children here, nor is there any traffic police employee who gives information about the rules. The park built at a cost of thousands of thousands of thousands of euros on 6 acres in Sector-12 has reached a dilapidated state. Traffic rules are no longer available in this park as before. Before the time of the Crown, some children and people came here to visit, but now they are not seen either. Definitely, traffic offenders come to Challan’s traffic branch at the park to pay the fine. But due to the lack of cleanliness here, there is a mess everywhere.

20 years ago, to make children aware of traffic rules, the Haryana Urban Development Authority had built a six-acre park in Sector-12 spending thousands of rupees. The park was inaugurated on April 23, 2002 by the former Chief Minister of Haryana, Om Prakash Chautala, in the presence of the Minister of Town Planning and Town Planning, Dhir Pal Singh. For a few years, traffic police staff kept the kids informed about traffic rules here. Children from different schools came here on bus journeys, to whom the police reported on traffic rules, but before the Crown period, there is now no one to inform children about traffic rules.

Traffic lights off, rusty boards

A simulated infrastructure was developed at the Traffic Playground to provide information on traffic rules. Traffic lights have also been installed to raise awareness among children, who have been missing for many years. Now, little by little, the signs made to make children aware of traffic rules have also begun to sink.

Apart from that, there has been a roundabout, a petrol station, a railway gate, a pedestrian path, a detour, a unique path to raise awareness of the park. Signs have been placed with information on the speed limit, a ban on playing the horn. In some places, there are tables for left turn, right turn, stop, forward resistance. Simulated petrol pumps, shopping plazas, libraries, museums, railway stations, airports and hospitals have also been built along the way. But now all of these have reached a ruinous state due to the inaction of the administration and the lack of children.

The Traffic Children’s Park built in Sector-12 is just for a picnic. There is no one here to give information about traffic rules. The park toilet is dirty. It was not cleaned. Suraj, an 11th grade student.

The name is Children Traffic Park. The traffic lights here have been closed for years. The following will show how students will be sensitized. Signs that make people aware of traffic rules have begun to sink. Dirt is spreading everywhere. – Irfan Hussain, 9th grader.

The Traffic Children’s Park has begun to deteriorate due to lack of maintenance. There should be someone in the park to inform students of traffic rules. Here the networks break everywhere. The toilet smells so bad that no one can use it. Hemant, 9th grader.

The toilet of the Parc Infantil Trànsit located in Sector-12 is in poor condition. All the toilet water bottles are missing here. There is no agreement here to drink water. There is nothing like traffic rules information here. Mohit, 9th grader.

The issue related to the Sector-12 Traffic Park is not to my knowledge. I will check it out. – Rajkumar Ranga, ACP Traffic Panchkula

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