A new plan to resolve waterlogging and tackle traffic jams in Gurgaon will be ready by the end of October, said BJP Haryana spokesperson Raman Malik Wednesday, while blaming previous governments in the state for the mess in the city last week after a heavy bout of rain.
“Global e-tenders will be prepared while making this plan so that the opinion of experts can be sought,” he said at a press meet, adding that the plan would be suitable and effective for “at least three decades”.
Malik said the traffic situation in Gurgaon over the last few days had been a matter of great concern and “a zero-tolerance approach” would be adopted towards those who break traffic rules. “It is important to instill civic sense in citizens. A helpline will also be started soon for people to get information related to traffic jams.”