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  • Green
    Railway Station
    22 Jun, 10:03 am
    the poster is blocking the view of the traffic lights in vasant nagar circle towards cantonment railway station
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    22 Jun, 07:29 am
    Yesterday at around 4:00 PM at Joy Allukas junction ( old Pai Vijay Hall) jayanagar 4th block, though the signal had turned green for me , the auto (KA 01 AB 4040) passed the junction in haste trying to avoid him I was slipped and had a fall and a motorist who chased him to catch was also hit by the same auto. Because of some bodies fault I have to suffer . I would request the BTP to bring in awareness to public what happens when you jump a signal. Thank you
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    21 Jun, 01:28 pm
    Subject: Regarding your petition sir To: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in>, acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in Cc: "R Hithendra IPS, Addl CP Traffic" <addlcptrafficbcp@gmail.com>, dcptrafficwest@gmail.com Sir, Thank you very much for your e-mail of today with attachment dated 22/3/2018. I very much appreciate your efforts in looking into the problem and enquiring with Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant on 43rd Cross, 2nd Main, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru. However, I request you to kindly note the following: 1. The restaurant has not appointed two security guards as claimed. 2. The restaurant has not made arrangements for valet parking as claimed. 3. Even if valet parking drivers have been appointed, where will they park four-wheelers? 4. To the best of my knowledge, no arrangement has been made for parking space. Even if such space is arranged elsewhere, it will only be temporary and not permanent. 5. Already several two-wheelers are being parked in front of the restaurant on 2nd Main Road, which is hindering free flow of traffic, especially during peak hours. 6. Once the party hall in the restaurant starts functioning, there will be utter chaos in the vicinity of the restaurant and customers will start parking four-wheelers in the adjoining cross roads, viz 41st, 42nd, 43rd & 44th Cross Roads. This will cause great inconvenience to the residents in the neighbourhood, similar to that faced by residents near Rajatadri restaurant in 7th Block, Jayanagar. Therefore, I earnestly request you to be proactive and take immediate pre-emptive measures as may be deemed necessary to ensure that this potential menace does affect the residents in the neighbourhood of Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant. Thank you. KVN Doss ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Date: Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 1:32 PM Subject: Fwd: Regarding your petition sir To: Kvn Doss <dosskvn@gmail.com> ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> To: ACP Traffic South Sub <acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Sent: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:22:23 +0530 (IST) Subject: Regarding your petition sir RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE SIR Sir, Please refer my numerous e-mails and other communications to you since mid-Jan 2018 regarding objection to the opening of a restaurant on the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru (Shakambari Nagar Ward) in building bearing PID No 58-103-49. (Email appended below). Despite my communications to you the restaurant has started operations from Sun, 18 Mar 2018 in the name and style of "Sri Udupi Food Hub". (Please see attachment below). I have sent numerous communications to the following Officials/Departments stating that the above restaurant/building is flouting various rules, norms and by-laws: 1. Karnataka Udyog Mitra 2. Chief Fire Officer 3. FSSAI 4. The Commissioner of Food Safety - Karnataka 5. Joint Director (Labs) Public Health Institute, Bengaluru 6. Traffic Police - Jayanagar, Bengaluru 7. ACP Traffic - Bengaluru 8. DCP Traffic - Bengaluru 9. BBMP - Commissioner - AEE JP Nagara Ms Shashikala Ramesh - Case Officer Mr Uday Shankar (Shakambari Nagar Ward) 10. KSPCB - Chairman - Member Secretary 11. MLA - Jayanagar Mr BN Vijaykumar However, all my efforts have been to no avail. I therefore request you to initiate urgent action in the matter at least now. Thank you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    20 Jun, 01:45 pm
    Subject: Regarding your petition sir To: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in>, acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in Cc: "R Hithendra IPS, Addl CP Traffic" <addlcptrafficbcp@gmail.com>, dcptrafficwest@gmail.com Sir, Thank you very much for your e-mail of today with attachment dated 22/3/2018. I very much appreciate your efforts in looking into the problem and enquiring with Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant on 43rd Cross, 2nd Main, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru. However, I request you to kindly note the following: 1. The restaurant has not appointed two security guards as claimed. 2. The restaurant has not made arrangements for valet parking as claimed. 3. Even if valet parking drivers have been appointed, where will they park four-wheelers? 4. To the best of my knowledge, no arrangement has been made for parking space. Even if such space is arranged elsewhere, it will only be temporary and not permanent. 5. Already several two-wheelers are being parked in front of the restaurant on 2nd Main Road, which is hindering free flow of traffic, especially during peak hours. 6. Once the party hall in the restaurant starts functioning, there will be utter chaos in the vicinity of the restaurant and customers will start parking four-wheelers in the adjoining cross roads, viz 41st, 42nd, 43rd & 44th Cross Roads. This will cause great inconvenience to the residents in the neighbourhood, similar to that faced by residents near Rajatadri restaurant in 7th Block, Jayanagar. Therefore, I earnestly request you to be proactive and take immediate pre-emptive measures as may be deemed necessary to ensure that this potential menace does affect the residents in the neighbourhood of Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant. Thank you. KVN Doss ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Date: Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 1:32 PM Subject: Fwd: Regarding your petition sir To: Kvn Doss <dosskvn@gmail.com> ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> To: ACP Traffic South Sub <acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Sent: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:22:23 +0530 (IST) Subject: Regarding your petition sir RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE SIR Sir, Please refer my numerous e-mails and other communications to you since mid-Jan 2018 regarding objection to the opening of a restaurant on the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru (Shakambari Nagar Ward) in building bearing PID No 58-103-49. (Email appended below). Despite my communications to you the restaurant has started operations from Sun, 18 Mar 2018 in the name and style of "Sri Udupi Food Hub". (Please see attachment below). I have sent numerous communications to the following Officials/Departments stating that the above restaurant/building is flouting various rules, norms and by-laws: 1. Karnataka Udyog Mitra 2. Chief Fire Officer 3. FSSAI 4. The Commissioner of Food Safety - Karnataka 5. Joint Director (Labs) Public Health Institute, Bengaluru 6. Traffic Police - Jayanagar, Bengaluru 7. ACP Traffic - Bengaluru 8. DCP Traffic - Bengaluru 9. BBMP - Commissioner - AEE JP Nagara Ms Shashikala Ramesh - Case Officer Mr Uday Shankar (Shakambari Nagar Ward) 10. KSPCB - Chairman - Member Secretary 11. MLA - Jayanagar Mr BN Vijaykumar However, all my efforts have been to no avail. I therefore request you to initiate urgent action in the matter at least now. Thank you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss
  • Green
    Bommanahalli
    20 Jun, 11:09 am
    From past few months Traffic police are not found in any junction to clear the traffic instead they are found before the junction stopping random vehicles and collecting money. Especially Madivala junction! Everybody knows the pain of crossing Madivala market (firstly the entire road stinks because of thrown vegetables and garbage. Secondly everytime the road will be with heavy traffic), Instead of clearing the traffic the police will be standing at the end of the road and be busy in making the money. They are least bothered about clearing the traffic. Next one is Bommanahalli traffic!!!! Those who travells between Garepalya to Silkboard road they are experiencing the hell in earth itself. I completely understand that Metro work is in progress but it doesnt mean that the vehicles has to come in main road from opposite direction and block the road. Daily it is taking 40 minutes to cross 2.5kms. The worst thing is no policeman are standing there to manage this traffic. This can be managed in a better way. Please go and check for the realityπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    20 Jun, 09:26 am
    Dear Bengaluru Traffic Police how is such dangerous loading of materials on mini trucks even allowed on our roads? Endangers everyone especially two wheel riders. I almost hit it from behind. Please take action and curb the practice of such dangerous loading. This was at Jayanagar 5th block junction on 19th June, 2018 at around 10AM. Vehicle No: KA 53 B 2005.
  • Green
    Hall Road
    19 Jun, 02:06 pm
    Police squad car breaking the rule on kb halli road by driving through a one way and breaking the law. Challenge you to take action against your own squad car and fine this vehicle. Can you Bangalore traffic police
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    19 Jun, 01:46 pm
    Subject: Regarding your petition sir To: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in>, acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in Cc: "R Hithendra IPS, Addl CP Traffic" <addlcptrafficbcp@gmail.com>, dcptrafficwest@gmail.com Sir, Thank you very much for your e-mail of today with attachment dated 22/3/2018. I very much appreciate your efforts in looking into the problem and enquiring with Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant on 43rd Cross, 2nd Main, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru. However, I request you to kindly note the following: 1. The restaurant has not appointed two security guards as claimed. 2. The restaurant has not made arrangements for valet parking as claimed. 3. Even if valet parking drivers have been appointed, where will they park four-wheelers? 4. To the best of my knowledge, no arrangement has been made for parking space. Even if such space is arranged elsewhere, it will only be temporary and not permanent. 5. Already several two-wheelers are being parked in front of the restaurant on 2nd Main Road, which is hindering free flow of traffic, especially during peak hours. 6. Once the party hall in the restaurant starts functioning, there will be utter chaos in the vicinity of the restaurant and customers will start parking four-wheelers in the adjoining cross roads, viz 41st, 42nd, 43rd & 44th Cross Roads. This will cause great inconvenience to the residents in the neighbourhood, similar to that faced by residents near Rajatadri restaurant in 7th Block, Jayanagar. Therefore, I earnestly request you to be proactive and take immediate pre-emptive measures as may be deemed necessary to ensure that this potential menace does affect the residents in the neighbourhood of Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant. Thank you. KVN Doss ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Date: Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 1:32 PM Subject: Fwd: Regarding your petition sir To: Kvn Doss <dosskvn@gmail.com> ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> To: ACP Traffic South Sub <acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Sent: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:22:23 +0530 (IST) Subject: Regarding your petition sir RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE SIR Sir, Please refer my numerous e-mails and other communications to you since mid-Jan 2018 regarding objection to the opening of a restaurant on the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru (Shakambari Nagar Ward) in building bearing PID No 58-103-49. (Email appended below). Despite my communications to you the restaurant has started operations from Sun, 18 Mar 2018 in the name and style of "Sri Udupi Food Hub". (Please see attachment below). I have sent numerous communications to the following Officials/Departments stating that the above restaurant/building is flouting various rules, norms and by-laws: 1. Karnataka Udyog Mitra 2. Chief Fire Officer 3. FSSAI 4. The Commissioner of Food Safety - Karnataka 5. Joint Director (Labs) Public Health Institute, Bengaluru 6. Traffic Police - Jayanagar, Bengaluru 7. ACP Traffic - Bengaluru 8. DCP Traffic - Bengaluru 9. BBMP - Commissioner - AEE JP Nagara Ms Shashikala Ramesh - Case Officer Mr Uday Shankar (Shakambari Nagar Ward) 10. KSPCB - Chairman - Member Secretary 11. MLA - Jayanagar Mr BN Vijaykumar However, all my efforts have been to no avail. I therefore request you to initiate urgent action in the matter at least now. Thank you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    18 Jun, 06:03 pm
    Subject: Regarding your petition sir To: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in>, acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in Cc: "R Hithendra IPS, Addl CP Traffic" <addlcptrafficbcp@gmail.com>, dcptrafficwest@gmail.com Sir, Thank you very much for your e-mail of today with attachment dated 22/3/2018. I very much appreciate your efforts in looking into the problem and enquiring with Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant on 43rd Cross, 2nd Main, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru. However, I request you to kindly note the following: 1. The restaurant has not appointed two security guards as claimed. 2. The restaurant has not made arrangements for valet parking as claimed. 3. Even if valet parking drivers have been appointed, where will they park four-wheelers? 4. To the best of my knowledge, no arrangement has been made for parking space. Even if such space is arranged elsewhere, it will only be temporary and not permanent. 5. Already several two-wheelers are being parked in front of the restaurant on 2nd Main Road, which is hindering free flow of traffic, especially during peak hours. 6. Once the party hall in the restaurant starts functioning, there will be utter chaos in the vicinity of the restaurant and customers will start parking four-wheelers in the adjoining cross roads, viz 41st, 42nd, 43rd & 44th Cross Roads. This will cause great inconvenience to the residents in the neighbourhood, similar to that faced by residents near Rajatadri restaurant in 7th Block, Jayanagar. Therefore, I earnestly request you to be proactive and take immediate pre-emptive measures as may be deemed necessary to ensure that this potential menace does affect the residents in the neighbourhood of Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant. Thank you. KVN Doss ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Date: Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 1:32 PM Subject: Fwd: Regarding your petition sir To: Kvn Doss <dosskvn@gmail.com> ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> To: ACP Traffic South Sub <acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Sent: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:22:23 +0530 (IST) Subject: Regarding your petition sir RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE SIR Sir, Please refer my numerous e-mails and other communications to you since mid-Jan 2018 regarding objection to the opening of a restaurant on the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru (Shakambari Nagar Ward) in building bearing PID No 58-103-49. (Email appended below). Despite my communications to you the restaurant has started operations from Sun, 18 Mar 2018 in the name and style of "Sri Udupi Food Hub". (Please see attachment below). I have sent numerous communications to the following Officials/Departments stating that the above restaurant/building is flouting various rules, norms and by-laws: 1. Karnataka Udyog Mitra 2. Chief Fire Officer 3. FSSAI 4. The Commissioner of Food Safety - Karnataka 5. Joint Director (Labs) Public Health Institute, Bengaluru 6. Traffic Police - Jayanagar, Bengaluru 7. ACP Traffic - Bengaluru 8. DCP Traffic - Bengaluru 9. BBMP - Commissioner - AEE JP Nagara Ms Shashikala Ramesh - Case Officer Mr Uday Shankar (Shakambari Nagar Ward) 10. KSPCB - Chairman - Member Secretary 11. MLA - Jayanagar Mr BN Vijaykumar However, all my efforts have been to no avail. I therefore request you to initiate urgent action in the matter at least now. Thank you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss
  • Green
    K R Puram
    18 Jun, 07:08 am
    Effortless, inefficient, bangalore traffic police...morning 6.30 a km long jam on k r puram flyover...even after a similar post few days back no action taken by them...buses parked away from tin factory bus stop and outside pai layout make the road narrow but these btp policemen don't do anything
  • Green
    Pai Layout
    18 Jun, 07:08 am
    Effortless, inefficient, bangalore traffic police...morning 6.30 a km long jam on k r puram flyover...even after a similar post few days back no action taken by them...buses parked away from tin factory bus stop and outside pai layout make the road narrow but these btp policemen don't do anything
  • Green
    K R Puram
    18 Jun, 07:01 am
    Bangalore traffic police will never improve ...even after a long post for the same problem few days back ..there is no action taken ....again a km long jam on k r puram bridge..no policemen sighted. ...
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    16 Jun, 02:00 pm
    Traffic signals across many junctions in south Bangalore are mal-functioning. They either all light up or don't light up or have conflicting signals. This is Jayanagar 8th Block on Kanakapura Road. Devegowda Petrol Bunk signal too has its Amber signal ON always, South End Circle traffic light goes from Green straight to RED with no Amber in between, Sarakki Signal has no Amber - just all lights off between Green and Red. Thyagarajanagar road signal has green always ON on one side when it's actually Red on the main signal ahead. Magadi road has a traffic light pole a few meters behind the intersection so the people at the front have to depend on the honking of the people behind them to know the light has turned green. All of these are major intersections and always have police presence around these lights and yet there is nothing done to help people follow rules. If I am caught for jumping a signal that goes from Green to Red directly OR because I can't see the signal because it is behind me, I will not be liable to pay a fine sir - the light is supposed to warn me for a few seconds to allow me to slow down to come to a stop. No moving object can stop instantly. I wonder if we can still call namma Bengaluru an IT city with simple infrastructure being so broken.
  • Green
    Kanakapura Road
    16 Jun, 02:00 pm
    Traffic signals across many junctions in south Bangalore are mal-functioning. They either all light up or don't light up or have conflicting signals. This is Jayanagar 8th Block on Kanakapura Road. Devegowda Petrol Bunk signal too has its Amber signal ON always, South End Circle traffic light goes from Green straight to RED with no Amber in between, Sarakki Signal has no Amber - just all lights off between Green and Red. Thyagarajanagar road signal has green always ON on one side when it's actually Red on the main signal ahead. Magadi road has a traffic light pole a few meters behind the intersection so the people at the front have to depend on the honking of the people behind them to know the light has turned green. All of these are major intersections and always have police presence around these lights and yet there is nothing done to help people follow rules. If I am caught for jumping a signal that goes from Green to Red directly OR because I can't see the signal because it is behind me, I will not be liable to pay a fine sir - the light is supposed to warn me for a few seconds to allow me to slow down to come to a stop. No moving object can stop instantly. I wonder if we can still call namma Bengaluru an IT city with simple infrastructure being so broken.
  • Green
    Magadi Road
    16 Jun, 02:00 pm
    Traffic signals across many junctions in south Bangalore are mal-functioning. They either all light up or don't light up or have conflicting signals. This is Jayanagar 8th Block on Kanakapura Road. Devegowda Petrol Bunk signal too has its Amber signal ON always, South End Circle traffic light goes from Green straight to RED with no Amber in between, Sarakki Signal has no Amber - just all lights off between Green and Red. Thyagarajanagar road signal has green always ON on one side when it's actually Red on the main signal ahead. Magadi road has a traffic light pole a few meters behind the intersection so the people at the front have to depend on the honking of the people behind them to know the light has turned green. All of these are major intersections and always have police presence around these lights and yet there is nothing done to help people follow rules. If I am caught for jumping a signal that goes from Green to Red directly OR because I can't see the signal because it is behind me, I will not be liable to pay a fine sir - the light is supposed to warn me for a few seconds to allow me to slow down to come to a stop. No moving object can stop instantly. I wonder if we can still call namma Bengaluru an IT city with simple infrastructure being so broken.
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    16 Jun, 01:22 pm
    Subject: Regarding your petition sir To: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in>, acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in Cc: "R Hithendra IPS, Addl CP Traffic" <addlcptrafficbcp@gmail.com>, dcptrafficwest@gmail.com Sir, Thank you very much for your e-mail of today with attachment dated 22/3/2018. I very much appreciate your efforts in looking into the problem and enquiring with Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant on 43rd Cross, 2nd Main, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru. However, I request you to kindly note the following: 1. The restaurant has not appointed two security guards as claimed. 2. The restaurant has not made arrangements for valet parking as claimed. 3. Even if valet parking drivers have been appointed, where will they park four-wheelers? 4. To the best of my knowledge, no arrangement has been made for parking space. Even if such space is arranged elsewhere, it will only be temporary and not permanent. 5. Already several two-wheelers are being parked in front of the restaurant on 2nd Main Road, which is hindering free flow of traffic, especially during peak hours. 6. Once the party hall in the restaurant starts functioning, there will be utter chaos in the vicinity of the restaurant and customers will start parking four-wheelers in the adjoining cross roads, viz 41st, 42nd, 43rd & 44th Cross Roads. This will cause great inconvenience to the residents in the neighbourhood, similar to that faced by residents near Rajatadri restaurant in 7th Block, Jayanagar. Therefore, I earnestly request you to be proactive and take immediate pre-emptive measures as may be deemed necessary to ensure that this potential menace does affect the residents in the neighbourhood of Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant. Thank you. KVN Doss ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Date: Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 1:32 PM Subject: Fwd: Regarding your petition sir To: Kvn Doss <dosskvn@gmail.com> ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> To: ACP Traffic South Sub <acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Sent: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:22:23 +0530 (IST) Subject: Regarding your petition sir RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE SIR Sir, Please refer my numerous e-mails and other communications to you since mid-Jan 2018 regarding objection to the opening of a restaurant on the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru (Shakambari Nagar Ward) in building bearing PID No 58-103-49. (Email appended below). Despite my communications to you the restaurant has started operations from Sun, 18 Mar 2018 in the name and style of "Sri Udupi Food Hub". (Please see attachment below). I have sent numerous communications to the following Officials/Departments stating that the above restaurant/building is flouting various rules, norms and by-laws: 1. Karnataka Udyog Mitra 2. Chief Fire Officer 3. FSSAI 4. The Commissioner of Food Safety - Karnataka 5. Joint Director (Labs) Public Health Institute, Bengaluru 6. Traffic Police - Jayanagar, Bengaluru 7. ACP Traffic - Bengaluru 8. DCP Traffic - Bengaluru 9. BBMP - Commissioner - AEE JP Nagara Ms Shashikala Ramesh - Case Officer Mr Uday Shankar (Shakambari Nagar Ward) 10. KSPCB - Chairman - Member Secretary 11. MLA - Jayanagar Mr BN Vijaykumar However, all my efforts have been to no avail. I therefore request you to initiate urgent action in the matter at least now. Thank you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    15 Jun, 01:55 pm
    Subject: Regarding your petition sir To: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in>, acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in Cc: "R Hithendra IPS, Addl CP Traffic" <addlcptrafficbcp@gmail.com>, dcptrafficwest@gmail.com Sir, Thank you very much for your e-mail of today with attachment dated 22/3/2018. I very much appreciate your efforts in looking into the problem and enquiring with Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant on 43rd Cross, 2nd Main, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru. However, I request you to kindly note the following: 1. The restaurant has not appointed two security guards as claimed. 2. The restaurant has not made arrangements for valet parking as claimed. 3. Even if valet parking drivers have been appointed, where will they park four-wheelers? 4. To the best of my knowledge, no arrangement has been made for parking space. Even if such space is arranged elsewhere, it will only be temporary and not permanent. 5. Already several two-wheelers are being parked in front of the restaurant on 2nd Main Road, which is hindering free flow of traffic, especially during peak hours. 6. Once the party hall in the restaurant starts functioning, there will be utter chaos in the vicinity of the restaurant and customers will start parking four-wheelers in the adjoining cross roads, viz 41st, 42nd, 43rd & 44th Cross Roads. This will cause great inconvenience to the residents in the neighbourhood, similar to that faced by residents near Rajatadri restaurant in 7th Block, Jayanagar. Therefore, I earnestly request you to be proactive and take immediate pre-emptive measures as may be deemed necessary to ensure that this potential menace does affect the residents in the neighbourhood of Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant. Thank you. KVN Doss ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Date: Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 1:32 PM Subject: Fwd: Regarding your petition sir To: Kvn Doss <dosskvn@gmail.com> ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> To: ACP Traffic South Sub <acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Sent: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:22:23 +0530 (IST) Subject: Regarding your petition sir RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE SIR Sir, Please refer my numerous e-mails and other communications to you since mid-Jan 2018 regarding objection to the opening of a restaurant on the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru (Shakambari Nagar Ward) in building bearing PID No 58-103-49. (Email appended below). Despite my communications to you the restaurant has started operations from Sun, 18 Mar 2018 in the name and style of "Sri Udupi Food Hub". (Please see attachment below). I have sent numerous communications to the following Officials/Departments stating that the above restaurant/building is flouting various rules, norms and by-laws: 1. Karnataka Udyog Mitra 2. Chief Fire Officer 3. FSSAI 4. The Commissioner of Food Safety - Karnataka 5. Joint Director (Labs) Public Health Institute, Bengaluru 6. Traffic Police - Jayanagar, Bengaluru 7. ACP Traffic - Bengaluru 8. DCP Traffic - Bengaluru 9. BBMP - Commissioner - AEE JP Nagara Ms Shashikala Ramesh - Case Officer Mr Uday Shankar (Shakambari Nagar Ward) 10. KSPCB - Chairman - Member Secretary 11. MLA - Jayanagar Mr BN Vijaykumar However, all my efforts have been to no avail. I therefore request you to initiate urgent action in the matter at least now. Thank you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss
  • Green
    K R Puram
    15 Jun, 07:56 am
    Bengaluru traffic police sleeps happily while there is a km long jam on k r puram flyover everyday cos of the bmtc and pvt buses which are parked far away from the actual bus stop blocking the entire road...in fact even when the police is there they don't do anything about it cos they are busy in catching bikers ...we all know for what.....shame BTP
  • Green
    Jayanagar
    14 Jun, 01:56 pm
    Subject: Regarding your petition sir To: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in>, acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in Cc: "R Hithendra IPS, Addl CP Traffic" <addlcptrafficbcp@gmail.com>, dcptrafficwest@gmail.com Sir, Thank you very much for your e-mail of today with attachment dated 22/3/2018. I very much appreciate your efforts in looking into the problem and enquiring with Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant on 43rd Cross, 2nd Main, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru. However, I request you to kindly note the following: 1. The restaurant has not appointed two security guards as claimed. 2. The restaurant has not made arrangements for valet parking as claimed. 3. Even if valet parking drivers have been appointed, where will they park four-wheelers? 4. To the best of my knowledge, no arrangement has been made for parking space. Even if such space is arranged elsewhere, it will only be temporary and not permanent. 5. Already several two-wheelers are being parked in front of the restaurant on 2nd Main Road, which is hindering free flow of traffic, especially during peak hours. 6. Once the party hall in the restaurant starts functioning, there will be utter chaos in the vicinity of the restaurant and customers will start parking four-wheelers in the adjoining cross roads, viz 41st, 42nd, 43rd & 44th Cross Roads. This will cause great inconvenience to the residents in the neighbourhood, similar to that faced by residents near Rajatadri restaurant in 7th Block, Jayanagar. Therefore, I earnestly request you to be proactive and take immediate pre-emptive measures as may be deemed necessary to ensure that this potential menace does affect the residents in the neighbourhood of Sri Udupi Food Hub restaurant. Thank you. KVN Doss ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Date: Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 1:32 PM Subject: Fwd: Regarding your petition sir To: Kvn Doss <dosskvn@gmail.com> ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Jayanagar Traffic PS <jnagartrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> To: ACP Traffic South Sub <acpsouthtrafficbcp@ksp.gov.in> Sent: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:22:23 +0530 (IST) Subject: Regarding your petition sir RESPECTED SIR, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED FILE SIR Sir, Please refer my numerous e-mails and other communications to you since mid-Jan 2018 regarding objection to the opening of a restaurant on the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru (Shakambari Nagar Ward) in building bearing PID No 58-103-49. (Email appended below). Despite my communications to you the restaurant has started operations from Sun, 18 Mar 2018 in the name and style of "Sri Udupi Food Hub". (Please see attachment below). I have sent numerous communications to the following Officials/Departments stating that the above restaurant/building is flouting various rules, norms and by-laws: 1. Karnataka Udyog Mitra 2. Chief Fire Officer 3. FSSAI 4. The Commissioner of Food Safety - Karnataka 5. Joint Director (Labs) Public Health Institute, Bengaluru 6. Traffic Police - Jayanagar, Bengaluru 7. ACP Traffic - Bengaluru 8. DCP Traffic - Bengaluru 9. BBMP - Commissioner - AEE JP Nagara Ms Shashikala Ramesh - Case Officer Mr Uday Shankar (Shakambari Nagar Ward) 10. KSPCB - Chairman - Member Secretary 11. MLA - Jayanagar Mr BN Vijaykumar However, all my efforts have been to no avail. I therefore request you to initiate urgent action in the matter at least now. Thank you, KVN Doss Police Inspector – Traffic, Jayanagar Police Station, Bengaluru Sir, Upcoming restaurant in 8th Block Jayanagar is potentail traffic nuisance -------- I am a senior citizen and a resident of 8th Block Jayanagar, Bengaluru, since 1995. On the corner of 2nd Main & 43rd Cross, 8th Block Jayanagar, (Shakambari Nagar Ward) is a 2-storey building bearing PID No: 58-103-49, which used to house the Sir M Visveshwaraiah Co-op Bank. The bank has vacated the said premises and now major renovation and repair work is in progress since the past few months. The building has also been extended by one floor and it is now a 3-storey building. A borewell has also been dug between this building and the next building. The residents around the said building are concerned because a restaurant with party hall and a few rooms in the name and style of Udupi Park will be housed in the building once renovation is completed. However, there is no provision for parking space in the above said premises. This will create a nuisance in the locality due to the following reasons: 1. Diners coming to the restaurant will park their vehicles on 2nd Main Road, which is already choc-a-bloc with heavy traffic. This will create major traffic jam, particularly during peak traffic hours in the morning and evening. 2. All the lanes, viz 41st Cross, 42nd Cross, 43rd Cross and 44th Cross will also get clogged with parked vehicles, which will create traffic jams in these narrow lanes, thus causing nuisance to the entire locality. 3. Please also note that the proposed restaurant will be a potential fire hazard that will affect all the neighbouring residential houses due to the following reasons: a) The kitchen is being set up on the first floor with the ventilation facing the adjoining residential houses, which is a potential fire hazard to the neighbouring residential buildings. b) A diesel-powered electricity generator is proposed to be placed on the roof top, which is in contravention of fire safety norms. c) The layout of the building/restaurant does not conform to fire safety norms and standards, thus endangering the residential houses in the immediate neighbourhood. 4. The owner of the above said premises and/or the owner of the restaurant have not sought No-objection-Certificate (NOC) from the residents in the vicinity. Despite this, remodelling and renovation of the building has been in progress since the last few months. In view of the above, I request you not to issue an Eating House Licence to the above said building/restaurant and to revoke any permit/clearance/licence if such has already been given. Please also object to the restaurant in view of the potential traffic jam and fire hazard and ensure that all work-in-progress is stopped forthwith. I pray for your immediate attention and action in this matter. Thanking you, KVN Doss
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    Hosa Road
    13 Jun, 01:02 pm
    Hosa Road Jn - boulders on service road preventing cars to go towards singasandra - big roundabout (around 4kms) - Please think alternative solution - this is very crude, meaningless way of dealing with traffic
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    Metro Station
    13 Jun, 11:57 am
    Can BTP please regulate traffic outside the Bypannahalli metro station entrance on Old Madras Road. Vehicular Traffic gets jammed at all times of the day mainly due to metro feeder buses parked outside of the bus lane along with taxis and autos narrowing vehicular traffic movement. This should not be allowed. Please ensure buses move only in the lane or parking should be allotted to waiting buses before station near the CMC building. The signal gets completely jammed. Also barricades should be put up on divider opposite metro station - that will deter pedestrians from crossing anywhere they like which is extremely dangerous. Please enforce the same.
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    Before Station
    13 Jun, 11:57 am
    Can BTP please regulate traffic outside the Bypannahalli metro station entrance on Old Madras Road. Vehicular Traffic gets jammed at all times of the day mainly due to metro feeder buses parked outside of the bus lane along with taxis and autos narrowing vehicular traffic movement. This should not be allowed. Please ensure buses move only in the lane or parking should be allotted to waiting buses before station near the CMC building. The signal gets completely jammed. Also barricades should be put up on divider opposite metro station - that will deter pedestrians from crossing anywhere they like which is extremely dangerous. Please enforce the same.
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    Hsr Layout
    13 Jun, 08:37 am
    Right now 0835 hrs 13 June 2018. Full jam from 27th main hsr layout till Somasandrapalya circle. It has become everyday affair since the implementation of kne way here.