Lucknow's Rohtas Summit Update: Temporary Police Chowki set up to monitor revellers!

The booth will help patrons of the establishments on this belt, to address their safety concerns and provide for security as well.

After the recent scuffles at Rohtas Summit stained the resplendent image of Lucknow's nightlife, the city authorities have now set up a temporary police chowki at the premises of the building. This booth will help patrons of the establishments on this belt, to address their safety concerns and provide for security as well.

Yet, we're still unsure if this temporary solution will fix anything in the long run because to avoid such an instance anytime in the future, the public needs to make amends in their immediate behavioural patterns while in a public space.

Restaurants, pubs & bars to improve & focus on their security measures

The recent fight which broke out in Lucknow has caused a staggering financial loss of over 30 lakhs for businesses on the stretch, reportedly.

Further, the officials have strictly ordered the restaurants, pubs and bars to improve and focus on their security measures, so that the likes of this shameful incident isn't repeated again.

Knock Knock

Sadly, this violent episode throws filth on the nightlife scenes of the capital city of Uttar Pradesh and such drunken immorality is highly condemned by the people who actually just want to have a good time. Drinking and enjoying responsibly should be the primary agenda and as yet, we're not sure how much time will it take for the city to recover from its tarnished reputation regarding partying.

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