Bridge incomplete, road filled with mud

Driver driving a vehicle through a muddy road
– Photo: LALITPUR

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Lalitpur. The construction of a culvert on the road leading to Sunwaha Village, which connects Banpur-Mehrauni Road on the canal that emerges from the Bhorat Dam, is incomplete. Because of this, people from more than six villages have to be removed from the muddy road. People suffer a lot from this. Here the vehicles come from both sides on the same road and cause long traffic jams every day.
Villages like Sunwaha, Darauni, Naiguwan, Gidaura, Ghanghara, Simiriya, etc. are also connected to this road that connects Banpur-Mehrauni on the canal that came out of the Bhorat Dam in Mehrauni area. Construction work on this bridge has been going on for more than a year and has not yet been completed. Due to the construction work on the culvert, drivers coming from this road have to pass the rough and muddy road from below under the culvert under construction. In such a situation, people’s vehicles often get stuck in the muddy ground or sometimes the vehicles also fall. In addition, there is a long traffic jam due to the vehicles opposite, which means that the vehicles on the other side have to wait a long time. Aside from the villagers traveling to Madhya Pradesh from Mehrauni and Banpur, as well as teachers, students and health workers, it also faces many problems.
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The culvert, which has not yet been completed, has been built here for more than a year. Here it becomes very difficult to remove the vehicles due to the black clay that pours into the raw path. When morang or rock silt is laid, some relief is given. His complaint was also made in the irrigation kit, but the problem has not yet been resolved.
Shivprakash Rajouria, headmaster.
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Next to the culvert you have to drive down the unpaved road every day. Sometimes vehicles get stuck in the muddy ground. There is also a long traffic jam here. The aim here is to complete the bridge construction work as quickly as possible. In the rainy season it becomes a problem.
Tej Singh Rajput.
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Here it is a big problem to move the vehicle from the dirt road under the culvert. People from more than six villages face problems here every day. Here the culvert should be built at the earliest and the dirt road should be made passable by then. There is a fear of falling if there are women or children in the vehicles.
-Gajraj Singh.
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Here the problem of the day remains in the vicinity of the culvert. Since the beginning of the construction of the culvert, this has been the only way for people to come here and remove vehicles. Sometimes two-wheelers either get stuck in the ground or even fall, making people giggle.
Bhagwan Singh.

Lalitpur. The construction of a culvert on the road leading to Sunwaha Village, which connects Banpur-Mehrauni Road on the canal that emerges from the Bhorat Dam, is incomplete. Because of this, people from more than six villages have to be removed from the muddy road. People suffer a lot from this. Here the vehicles come from both sides on the same road and cause long traffic jams every day.

Villages like Sunwaha, Darauni, Naiguwan, Gidaura, Ghanghara, Simiriya, etc. are also connected to this road that connects Banpur-Mehrauni on the canal that came out of the Bhorat Dam in Mehrauni area. The construction work on this bridge has been going on for more than a year and has not yet been completed. Due to the construction work on the culvert, drivers coming from this road have to pass the rough and muddy road from below under the culvert under construction. In such a situation, people’s vehicles often get stuck in the muddy ground or sometimes the vehicles also fall. In addition, there is a long traffic jam due to the vehicles opposite, which means that the vehicles on the other side have to wait a long time. Aside from the villagers traveling to Madhya Pradesh from Mehrauni and Banpur, as well as teachers, students and health workers, it also faces many problems.

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The culvert, which has not yet been completed, has been built here for more than a year. Here it becomes very difficult to remove the vehicles due to the black clay that pours into the raw path. When morang or rock silt is laid, some relief is given. His complaint was also made in the irrigation kit, but the problem has not yet been resolved.

Shivprakash Rajouria, headmaster.

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Next to the culvert you have to drive down the unpaved road every day. Sometimes vehicles get stuck in the muddy ground. There is also a long traffic jam here. The aim here is to complete the bridge construction work as quickly as possible. In the rainy season it becomes a problem.

Tej Singh Rajput.

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Here it is a big problem to move the vehicle from the dirt road under the culvert. People from more than six villages face problems here every day. Here the culvert should be built at the earliest and the dirt road should be made passable by then. There is a fear of falling if there are women or children in the vehicles.

-Gajraj Singh.

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Here the problem of the day remains in the vicinity of the culvert. Since the beginning of the construction of the culvert, this has been the only way for people to come here and remove vehicles. Sometimes two-wheelers either get stuck in the ground or even fall, making people giggle.

Bhagwan Singh.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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