New Delhi: Ten speedbreakers appeared overnight on a 100metre stretch on the road opposite a five-star hotel in Vasant Kunj. While they have become a nuisance for residents and commuters, the hotel authorities say they are unaware of who installed them.
The plastic speedbreakers were installed on Tuesday night and all agencies seemed to be passing the buck. Rajiv Singh, Supreme Court advocate and a resident of the area, said the speed-breakers were in violation of a Delhi High Court order.
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