Contractor disappeared in Palhna Dham Work halfway through unfinished work

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The beautification work of Maa Palheshwari Dham, venerated as Shaktipeeth in Azamgarh, began with a cost of one billion 25 lakh rupees. But today the contractor is fleeing after completing half of the unfinished work. The lock in the toilet built here is closed, but many items in it have been stolen.
Many leaders have been asked to develop Maa Palheshwari Dham, the main religious site, long ago revered as Shaktipeeth in the district by residents of the Palhna area, as a tourist destination. But it could not be developed as a tourist destination. Seven years ago, the then Minister of Tourism of India Mahesh Sharma approved one billion 25 lakh rupees to develop Maa Parameshwari Dham as a tourist destination with the efforts of BJP MP from Lalganj Lok Sabha headquarters, Neelam Sonkar. With this money, the stairs were built by the building contractor on the mother pond from half the distance on the north and south sides. The entire staircase was carried out on the west side, but the lower, ie three flights of stairs on the floor, have not yet been carried out by the contractor. A total of 180 meters had to be created. With this money the contractor also built a toilet and installed Somersable. But this toilet is still out of order today. The fans in the toilet, the MCB board were uprooted by thieves. Not only that, but the glass in the window was broken too. Nobody knows where the key to the toilet is. An RO machine has also been installed by the contractor for water on the site of the Maa Palheshwari Dham temple and now 25 solar lights have been installed. After so much work, the contractor is gone.
Grass and flowers were also planted by the contractor on the same side as the toilet will be built at the western end of the pond. what’s over now. The contractor disappeared after only doing this job for 1 crore 25 lakh rupees and money was wasted preventing the full development of mother’s dham from happening.
Radheshyam Mishra, panda of the temple.

The beautification work of Maa Palheshwari Dham, venerated as Shaktipeeth in Azamgarh, began with a cost of one billion 25 lakh rupees. But today the contractor is fleeing after completing half of the unfinished work. The lock in the toilet built here is closed, but many items in it have been stolen.

Many leaders have been asked to develop Maa Palheshwari Dham, the main religious site, long ago revered as Shaktipeeth in the district by residents of the Palhna area, as a tourist destination. But it could not be developed as a tourist destination. Seven years ago, the then Minister of Tourism of India Mahesh Sharma approved one billion 25 lakh rupees to develop Maa Parameshwari Dham as a tourist destination with the efforts of BJP MP from Lalganj Lok Sabha headquarters, Neelam Sonkar. With this money, the stairs were built by the building contractor on the mother pond from half the distance on the north and south sides. The entire staircase was made on the west side, but the lower, that is, three stairs of the floor, have not been executed by the contractor to this day. A total of 180 meters had to be created. With this money the contractor also built a toilet and installed Somersable. But this toilet is still out of order today. The fans in the toilet, the MCB board were uprooted by thieves. Not only that, but the glass in the window was broken. Nobody knows where the key to the toilet is. An RO machine has also been installed by the contractor for water on the site of the Maa Palheshwari Dham temple and now 25 solar lights have been installed. After so much work, the contractor is gone.

Grass and flowers were also planted by the contractor on the same side as the toilet will be built at the western end of the pond. what’s over now. The contractor disappeared after only doing this job for 1 crore 25 lakh rupees and money was wasted preventing the full development of mother’s dham from happening.

Radheshyam Mishra, panda of the temple.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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