UR STAFF REPORTER DASKA - The local social, political and business circles have expressed grave concern over the traffic mess in Sialkot district, saying that the traffic situation has gone from bad to worse in Daska. They said that there were hours-long traffic jams in the city and its surrounding areas during the start and off timings of local government and private schools and colleges due to the rush of the people visiting bazaars and markets. The girl students have to face great difficulties while passing through the prolonged traffic jams, which have now become a daily routine. There is no concept of one-way traffic system in Daska. It is also worth mentioning that the construction of main Kutchery Road Daska city has been lying incomplete since long. The contractor had dumped the heaps of stone crush along the road. This situation also causing traffic jams. The pace of construction of this main city road was very slow. Sialkot DCO Mujahid Sher Dil has already directed the officials of Daska TMA and the contractor to jazz up the construction work but all in vain. There is a very short number of the traffic police personnel to control traffic. When contacted, the traffic police officials said that they were unable to control the traffic, saying that the off timings of almost all the government and private educational institutions were same due to which traffic often becomes jammed. They said that the traffic police have requested the government high officials and private educational institutions to have gap of at least 20 to 30 minutes in their off-timings to avert traffic jams, but no step has yet been taken. Meanwhile, Daska Thinkers Forum Muhammad Jamil Sethi, General Secretary Anjuman Tajran Main Bazaar Muhammad Ather Lone, President Anjuman Shehariyaan Daska Shehbaz Ali Mohsin and President Young Blood Foundation Daska Tanveer Ahmed Mughal have expressed grave concern over the situation. They urged Gujranwala Division Commissioner Saeed Wahla, Sialkot DCO Mujahid Sher Dil and Sialkot DPO Bilal Sadiq Kamiyana to take some effective measure to give relief to the local perturbed people.