Road barricades get a makeover

Road barricades get a makeover

February 3, 2019

Mysuru: With most of the road barricades put up by the Police seems to have worn out with the passage of time, the city Police on Saturday launched a drive for giving a makeover to road barricades. Following complaints on the poor state of barricades, city Police Commissioner K.T. Balakrishna directed for repair and painting of barricades.

Following the direction, Traffic and Civil Police personnel have begun an operation to replace broken road barricades with new ones and to paint other barricades for giving them a new look.

Personnel of Devaraja Traffic Police Station, led by Inspector P.A. Sooraj, took part ‘Paint and Repair’ drive of barricades which have been erected as road dividers on some roads and at busy traffic junctions in city.


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