Shirdi (Ahmednagar); Leading News Service: The team of police inspector Gulabrao Patil of Shirdi traffic cell and Srisaibaba Sansthan trust system took action to remove the rickshaw stand along with private vehicles transporting illegal passengers in front of the Prasadala entrance of Sri Sai Baba Sansthan, which is the largest in Asia. Meanwhile, there is a discussion in the city that Sri Sai devotees have been freed from the troubles caused by vehicles for the past several years. This strong performance of Shirdi Transport Branch was welcomed by Shirdi villagers along with Sri Sai devotees.
The number of vehicles is increasing day by day in the city of Shirdi, the international pilgrimage site of Shri Sai Baba. This used to hinder the walking of the pilgrims coming to see Shri Sai Baba. For the basic comforts of the devotees, the Shirdi traffic department is now ready to take action against the vehicles that park illegally on the roads in the city. Due to this action in the city, the roads have breathed a sigh of relief. Traffic Police Inspector Gulabrao Patil became active in this campaign and took action. In this campaign, S. of the transport department. Po. No. Sachin Jadhav, PO. Suraj Gaikwad, Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Officer Atul Wagh, Shri Sai Mandir Security Officer Kote and other staff members were absent.
Every day about 50 thousand devotees take Baba’s food prasad in the Prasadalaya of Srisai Sansthan. Devotees were facing a lot of trouble due to the rush of private vehicles in front of the entrance to come and go to this prasadalaya. Despite many Sai devotees complaining to the Sansthan administration and the police to remove such vehicles, private vehicle drivers were arbitrarily parking rickshaws, jeeps, cars on the roads and transporting illegal passengers. Finally, in this operation conducted jointly by Shri Sai Baba Sansthan and Shirdi Traffic Branch, the area in front of the entrance has become vehicle-free by removing vehicles and rickshaw stands and preventing vehicles at a distance of 100 meters.
Keep the area in front of both entrances vehicle-free
Devotees coming from home and abroad to take Bhojan Prasad have welcomed the action of Shirdi traffic police. It is hoped that the area in front of both entrances should be permanently vehicle-free.
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