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Residents and shoppers in the city’s historic districts have complained about the festival’s traffic nightmare

Residents and shoppers in the city’s historic districts have complained about the festival’s traffic nightmare

Sarmita Sthapit has been coming out of her house just in the mornings since last week, when she goes grocery shopping.

The resident of Ganabahal claims that with the Dashain celebration only a few days away, hundreds of shoppers would be swarming her neighbourhood until the evening, making it difficult to get out of the house.

“You have no idea how difficult it is for us right now. All day, the neighbourhoods around New Road, Khichapokhari, and Indra Chowk are swarming with people, according to the 48-year-old businessman.

As a result of the increased mobility of individuals, the problem of traffic bottlenecks and haphazard parking has grown.

Trishna, Sthapit’s daughter, is employed by a private company in Thapathali.

“I ride a scooter to work every day.” As a result, I’m leaving for work considerably earlier these days in order to escape traffic. “However, when I come home, the road is jam-packed with vehicles

Read the full story at earnmoney.com.np


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