Tamil Nadu: Traffic Constable Fills a Pit To Regulate Traffic (Video)
It won’t be wrong to say driving on certain roads even in metros is fraught with risks. Most of the roads are either filled with potholes turned craters or unfinished work and the same leads to a lot of traffic jams and sometimes major accidents. Many times traffic constables are spotted filling these potholes. And one more similar case has emerged now. With civic authorities looking the other way, a traffic cop in Tamil Nadu decided to fill the pits in order to ease traffic and prevent mishaps. As per ANI reports, a Traffic constable in Coimbatore, TamilNadu filled a pit which was there right in front of Coimbatore court to regulate the traffic.
Apparently, the pit was dug by Tamil Nadu Water Supply and Drainage (TWAD). In the video, we can see how the constable is levelling up the debris with the help of another constable who is managing the roads. The area of the pit was quite big and the same shows how much traffic issue it was causing and the road is one of the busiest roads in the town.
Here is the video:
#WATCH Traffic constable fills a pit in order to regulate traffic in front of #Coimbatore court; the pit was dug by Tamil Nadu Water Supply and Drainage Board (TWAD) #TamilNadu (20.02.18) pic.twitter.com/dzVcjTwpGf
— ANI (@ANI) February 21, 2018
The traffic cop has garnered wide appreciation from the netizens for filling the pit. “Big Salute”, one of Twitter users tweeted. “This is what allows this country run smoothly even though there is chaos everywhere, ” tweeted another. Many times we have seen how lousy work by civic authorities affects the day to day activities. What are your views on the same? Let us know in the comments below.