Budget wasn’t available to fill the boxes, Roads Were Shabby

It is government decree to clear roads from potholes by June 15, but so far the government has not sought a proposal or allocated funds to repair the paved roads. Therefore the streets were not free of pits. Because of this, it is speculated that the roads will not be inclined this year.
More than 60 connectivity routes including Badhauli, Gordiha, Ghoraval Road to Power Kusahi Connectivity Road, Patwadh-Basuhari Contact Road on Varanasi-Shaktinagar Highway, Karuni-Pannuganj Road, have been converted into pits in the Robertsganj tehsil area. People hiccup on a shabby street. The same applies to Renukapar Arangi Sampark Marg in the Obra Tehsil area, Jugail Sampark Marg to Obra Dam. It is unfortunate to walk the path turned into great pits. The problem increases on rainy days. If the road is not sloped from the rain, then people have a lot of problems.
Sunderlal, Ashoka and Paras, etc. Renukapar tribesmen say it becomes difficult to walk on the mining roads of the hilly area. It is particularly painful for cyclists and cyclists in the climbing area. On the other hand, according to the public works department officials, a total of 40, including Sanvara, Kudri, Kudri-Barrakhad, Chakchapki, Chainpur-Machbandhwa Marg, Randah Marg, Mudisemar Dhuma Marg Deori Tola Marg, Mirchadhuri and Motka Sampark Marg, Duddhi Maldeva Road in the Duddhi Tehsil area. The connectivity routes need to be repaired. However, due to the non-allocation of funds as part of the Corona call, the repair of rural connectivity routes has not started. The code of conduct initially applied to the holding of panchayat elections. Due to the Corona curfew, the plan to free the streets from the pit could not be implemented.
Mahuli-Phulwar link road Khastahal
Mahuli. The condition of Mahuli Phulwar Sampark Marg from the Duddhi Block has become quite pathetic these days. Unearthed ballots and large pits in the street openly deal with the accidents here. In 2012-13, after a repair, it is never dangerous to drive on a three-kilometer road from Mahuli Panchayat Bhawan to Ghaghia Bandhi by Phulwar Gram Panchayat on behalf of the Public Works Department. People from remote villages like Mahuaria, Suichattan, Bagashila, Chak Phulwar etc. have great traffic difficulties. Kotdar Nandlal Srivastava, from Phulwar village, said that the trains that carried food grains to the cheap stall store could not get there due to the poor road, which caused many problems.
The roads must be free of pits by June 15th. However, no government proposal to clear the pit was solicited that year. Repair work on the 40 proposed routes previously proposed for repair has also not started due to lack of funds. – Udayanath Maurya, XEN – Public Works Department – Duddhi.
The government did not receive the budget for clearing the road pit in the current fiscal year. At the request of the government, a steamboat will be prepared and shipped. A list of paved roads was requested from JE. -Chandraprakash, XEN Public Works Department, Provincial Department.

It is government decree to clear roads from potholes by June 15, but so far the government has not sought a proposal or allocated funds to repair the paved roads. Therefore the streets were not free of pits. Because of this, it is speculated that the roads will not be inclined this year.

More than 60 connectivity routes including Badhauli, Gordiha, Ghoraval Road to Power Kusahi Connectivity Road, Patwadh-Basuhari Contact Road on Varanasi-Shaktinagar Highway, Karuni-Pannuganj Road, have been converted into pits in the Robertsganj tehsil area. People hiccup on a shabby street. The same applies to Renukapar Arangi Sampark Marg in the Obra Tehsil area, Jugail Sampark Marg to Obra Dam. It is unfortunate to walk the path turned into great pits. The problem increases on rainy days. If the road is not sloped from the rain, then people have a lot of problems.

Sunderlal, Ashoka and Paras, etc. Renukapar tribesmen say it becomes difficult to walk on the mining roads of the hilly area. It is particularly painful for cyclists and cyclists in the climbing area. On the other hand, according to the public works department officials, a total of 40, including Sanvara, Kudri, Kudri-Barrakhad, Chakchapki, Chainpur-Machbandhwa Marg, Randah Marg, Mudisemar Dhuma Marg Deori Tola Marg, Mirchadhuri and Motka Sampark Marg, Duddhi Maldeva Road in the Duddhi Tehsil area. The connectivity routes need to be repaired. However, due to the non-allocation of funds in the Corona appeal, the repair of rural connectivity routes has not started. The code of conduct initially applied to the implementation of Panchayat elections, then due to the Corona curfew, the plan to free the streets from the pit could not be implemented.

Mahuli-Phulwar link road Khastahal

Mahuli. The condition of Mahuli Phulwar Sampark Marg from the Duddhi Block has become quite pathetic these days. Unearthed ballots and large pits in the street openly deal with the accidents here. In 2012-13, after a repair, it is never dangerous to drive on a three-kilometer road from Mahuli Panchayat Bhawan to Ghaghia Bandhi by Phulwar Gram Panchayat on behalf of the Public Works Department. People from remote villages like Mahuaria, Suichattan, Bagashila, Chak Phulwar etc. have great traffic difficulties. Kotdar Nandlal Srivastava, from Phulwar village, said that the trains that carried food grains to the cheap stall store could not get there due to the poor road, which caused many problems.

The roads must be free of pits by June 15th. However, no government proposal to clear the pit was solicited that year. Repair work on the 40 proposed routes previously proposed for repair has also not started due to lack of funds. – Udayanath Maurya, XEN – Public Works Department – Duddhi.

The government did not receive the budget for clearing the road pit in the current fiscal year. At the request of the government, a steamboat will be prepared and shipped. A list of paved roads was requested from JE. -Chandraprakash, XEN Public Works Department, Provincial Department.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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