Damage to the connecting road affected people in many villages

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Deodorant tape. Due to heavy rainfall, the connecting road from Sampla Khatri to Sampla Vakkal was damaged for about two kilometers. Because of this, the villagers in many villages are affected. The SP leader wrote a letter to the XEN of Lonvi informing him of the situation.
Many villages, including Phulas Akbarpur, Paroli, fall on the connecting road from Sampla Khatri to Sampla Vakkal, but this connecting road was damaged by the rain the day before. The road is broken in many places. This made traffic difficult. Villagers Shamim Pradhan, Sabir Pradhan, Akhlaq, Shami, Suresh Gurjar, Kalim Gauri, Master Shamim, Hussain Pradhan and Rizwan Ahmed said that traffic was affected by rain damage on the connecting road. Not only the two-wheelers, but also the pedestrians have a lot of trouble.
On Sunday, the former SP District General Secretary Sikander Ali wrote to XEN from the Public Works Office calling for the damaged road to be built soon. Traffic will be affected if the connecting road is not repaired soon. He also briefed Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya by tweeting on the matter. At the same time, XEN Loniv Tarachand assured SP leader Sikander Ali that the connecting road would be repaired in a day or two.

Deodorant tape. Due to heavy rainfall, the connecting road from Sampla Khatri to Sampla Vakkal was damaged for about two kilometers. Because of this, the villagers in many villages are affected. The SP leader wrote a letter to the XEN of Lonvi informing him of the situation.

Many villages, including Phulas Akbarpur, Paroli, fall on the connecting road from Sampla Khatri to Sampla Vakkal, but this connecting road was damaged by the rain the day before. The road is broken in many places. This made traffic difficult. Villagers Shamim Pradhan, Sabir Pradhan, Akhlaq, Shami, Suresh Gurjar, Kalim Gauri, Master Shamim, Hussain Pradhan and Rizwan Ahmed said that traffic was affected by rain damage on the connecting road. Not only the two-wheelers, but also the pedestrians have a lot of trouble.

On Sunday, the former SP District General Secretary Sikander Ali wrote to XEN from the Public Works Office calling for the damaged road to be built soon. Traffic will be affected if the connecting road is not repaired soon. He also briefed Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya by tweeting on the matter. At the same time, XEN Loniv Tarachand assured SP leader Sikander Ali that the connecting road would be repaired in a day or two.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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