I Don’t Know The Name Of This Cop But

Kumar Vishal

July 1st, 2015 / 9:39 PM

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“I don’t know the name of this cop but he usually manages the ITPL road traffic (the long U turn from Graphite India signal) and does a very good job. If it wasn’t for him, that U turn would have been a bigger nightmare. Today I was pleasantly surprised that he was physically taking off some extra cement which some civic authority left callously (BBMP most likely) on the road so that traffic doesn’t get piled up. Kudos to people like him.”

-Sanjukta Sarkar

Bengaluru Traffic Police


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