Hingoli police have warned the cattle owners to take cattle from the road

The Nanded, as well as Hingoli district police, have issued a public warning to all the cattle owners asking them to keep their cattle off roads as they often cause traffic jams on some of the important roads. The police have said that the cattle owners would face action if the animals are found blocking the road despite the warning issued by them.
The public warning came in the wake of the rising number of traffic snarls as well as pouring complaints about cattle occupying the roads in market areas.

Assistant inspector of the Hingoli police Omkant Chincholkar released a video showing the cattle occupying majority of the roads while warning the owners of action if they fail to withdraw cattle from the roads. The video has gone viral on social media.

Hingoli superintendent of police Yogesh Kumar told, “We have issued a notice under section 149 of CrPC warning the cattle and bovine owners from letting their animals taking over streets across the town.”

Echoing the Hingoli police, Nanded police maintained that the additional disadvantage with Nanded is that its image is getting tarnished globally as tourists from various parts of the country as well as the world visit Takht Sachkhand Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib every day.
Nanded superintendent of police Vijaykumar Magar maintained that the animals occupying key streets has become a menace for the town that witnesses a high number of tourists.


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