Ada reprimanded for not repairing the road from Rampur and Dhimpur

The dilapidated road leading to the village of Dhimpur near Rampur and Somna, the suburb of Gabhana, was not repaired even after the tender four months ago. On Thursday, Chief Housing Secretary Deepak Kumar reprimanded the agency’s officials on the matter. He asked the officers to explain why he had not started work. He instructed that construction should be completed before the Assurance Committee meeting of the Assembly on August 5, otherwise action will be taken for failure to comply with the committee’s instructions.
Let us announce that Mr. Dalveer Singh, Barauli MLA, raised the dilapidated condition of these two roads in the Assembly’s Assurance Committee meeting in February. The ADA Vice President Prem Ranjan Singh, who was present at the time, had promised to complete the repair work on both roads in one week. MLA representative Sushil Gupta said the tenders for both streets closed four months ago. Nevertheless, the work has not yet started. Chief Secretary Deepak Kumar made it clear that this is a false tradition. The problem is raised by the representatives themselves. This problem should be resolved as a priority. If the repair work of the two roads of 150-150 meters is not completed in a timely manner and the problem is resolved at the meeting of the examination board on Aug.

The dilapidated road leading to the village of Dhimpur near Rampur and Somna, the suburb of Gabhana, was not repaired even after the tender four months ago. On Thursday, Chief Housing Secretary Deepak Kumar reprimanded the agency’s officials on the matter. He asked the officers to explain why he had not started work. He instructed that construction should be completed before the Assurance Committee meeting of the Assembly on August 5, otherwise action will be taken for failure to comply with the committee’s instructions.

Let us announce that Mr. Dalveer Singh, Barauli MLA, raised the dilapidated condition of these two roads in the Assembly’s Assurance Committee meeting in February. The ADA Vice President Prem Ranjan Singh, who was present at the time, had promised to complete the repair work on both roads in one week. MLA representative Sushil Gupta said the tenders for both streets closed four months ago. Nevertheless, the work has not yet started. Chief Secretary Deepak Kumar made it clear that this is a false tradition. The problem is raised by the representatives themselves. This problem should be resolved as a priority. If the repair work of the two roads of 150-150 meters is not completed in a timely manner and the problem is resolved at the meeting of the examination board on Aug.

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