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Jaipur Police Commissionerate will have 8 Traffic Incharge (TI) to control the traffic management of traffic in the city of Jaipur. Police Commissioner Sanjay Agarwal has introduced 4 more posts for Traffic Incharge. The posting of officers has also been done for these posts.

Before this 4 TI had the responsibility of managing traffic across 4 districts under the Jaipur Police Commissionerate. They were facing problems in managing traffic across the entire district. So now, 4 more Tis have been appointed so that 2 Tis will together hold the responsibility of managing traffic in a district.

The Traffic Control Arrangement would be as follows:

Zone

ACP Circle

 

Traffic Incharge

West

Sadar – Vaishali Nagar

TI West–1

Nihalchand

Chomu – Jhotwara

TI West–2

Naresh Singh

South

Ashok Nagar – Sodala

TI South-1

Rajesh Sharma

Mansarovar - Chaksu

TI South-2

Sohanchand Verma

East

Sanganer – Malviya Nagar

TI East-1

Babulal Vishnoi

Gandhi Nagar - Adarsh Nagar – Bassi

TI East-2

Mukesh Joshi

North

Manak Chowk – Ramganj – Amer

TI North-1

Nandlal Saini

Kotwali – Shastri Nagar

TI North-2

Dharmraj Choudhary

 

 


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