Devlopment – Hammer-Puttulal intersection road: dug up road instead of making unfinished part

Take the pipe from the water tank near the tomb of Sufi saint Ishaq Mian on the Hammer Square-Puttulal intersection road?
– Photo : SHAHJAHANPUR

Shahjahanpur. In order to widen the Hammer Square-Puttulal intersection connecting the inner part of the city with the Lucknow-Delhi National Highway, footpaths dug on both sides and double lane on one side have not yet been built. Despite this, the Municipal Corporation has dug up the remaining part of the road from Puttulal Square to Manokaran Mandir Square on the same route on the pretext of connecting the pipeline to the water tank.
Now the condition is that the vehicles going to Rosa Mandi from the city or the buses coming from Hardoi have to go through the narrow road leaving the host bypass intersection. Due to this the problem of jam is increasing near the Manokaran temple.
To make this road four-laned from the state plan, the state finance minister has approved a budget of Rs 12 crore. M/s Pradeep Kumar, the contractor of Badaun, was to make this route by June last year, but till now neither the footpaths on both the sides nor the road have been made on the 2.75 km long route, while encroachment, electric poles, transformers or the road on this route. Then there are no obstacles like trees.
As we move from Hammer Square to Reti Mohalla, the left lane of the road from in front of the main gate of Sugarcane Research Council to the culvert of Damha Nala in front of Vishnu Vatika is still incomplete and no gravel-bitumen coating work has been done on it. Is.
Not only this, in the eastern side of the newly constructed culvert of Damha nallah, the workers are working to make a pucca nallah in barely 100 meters in length, but in the western side of the culvert, the drain is nowhere to be found and the right lane approach road of the culvert has not been built. Has been able Soil filling work is being done to build the road there, but in the event of rain, this work has to be stopped again and again. Puttulal Chauraha road near Manokaran Mandir intersection has been closed with sliding barrier as a deep ditch has been dug from JCB to JCB in the middle of the road to connect the underground pipeline to the newly constructed water tank near the school in Reti. According to the residents of the area, this road has been closed by the Municipal Corporation for a month, while the work of connecting the tank with the pipeline could have been done in a week.

local people talk
The previously excavated part of the road could not even be fully built that the contractor did not keep the rest of the road pliable by uprooting it with JCB. I am facing problem since one month.
-Alok Dixit, Handa Colony
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The work on the remaining part of the road should have been started only after the road on both sides till Damha Nala. Due to the closure of the road, it has become difficult to reach the city through hammer from Puttulal intersection.
Manu Mishra, Handa Colony
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There was a direct route to the city from the Puttulal square, but due to its being uprooted in its entire width, it was no longer possible to even walk on it. The slow pace of work is adding to the problems.
Hafiz Ali, Puttulal Square
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If half of the road width was uprooted from Puttulal intersection to Manokaran Mandir intersection, then the vehicles would continue to leave. The road from Hammer intersection continued to be built in half like this and people continued to move.
-Rehan Khan, Puttulal Square

The Executive Engineer of Jal Nigam had asked for a week’s time to connect the pipeline to the newly constructed water tank in Reti, but this work is taking more than necessary time. Due to this, the work of road construction has also had to be stopped. Work is in progress on the remaining parts of this route. After talking to XEN of Jal Nigam, the work of connecting the pipeline will be completed soon so that the closed part of the road can be made new and opened for traffic.
Rajkumar Pithoria, Executive Engineer, PWD (Provincial Division)

Shahjahanpur. In order to widen the Hammer Square-Puttulal intersection connecting the inner part of the city with the Lucknow-Delhi National Highway, footpaths dug on both sides and double lane on one side have not yet been built. Despite this, the Municipal Corporation has dug up the remaining part of the road from Puttulal Square to Manokaran Mandir Square on the same route on the pretext of connecting the pipeline to the water tank.

Now the condition is that the vehicles going to Rosa Mandi from the city or the buses coming from Hardoi have to go through the narrow road leaving the host bypass intersection. Due to this the problem of jam is increasing near the Manokaran temple.

To make this road four-laned from the state plan, the state finance minister has approved a budget of Rs 12 crore. M/s Pradeep Kumar, the contractor of Badaun, was to make this route by June last year, but till now neither the footpaths on both the sides nor the road have been made on the 2.75 km long route, while encroachment, electric poles, transformers or the road on this route. Then there are no obstacles like trees.

As we move from Hammer Square to Reti Mohalla, the left lane of the road from in front of the main gate of Sugarcane Research Council to the culvert of Damha Nala in front of Vishnu Vatika is still incomplete and no gravel-bitumen coating work has been done on it. Is.

Not only this, in the eastern side of the newly constructed culvert of Damha nallah, the workers are working to make a pucca nallah in barely 100 meters in length, but in the western side of the culvert, the drain is nowhere to be found and the right lane approach road of the culvert has not been built. Has been able Soil filling work is being done to build the road there, but in the event of rain, this work has to be stopped again and again. Puttulal Chauraha road near Manokaran Mandir intersection has been closed with sliding barrier as a deep ditch has been dug from JCB to JCB in the middle of the road to connect the underground pipeline to the newly constructed water tank near the school in Reti. According to the residents of the area, this road has been closed by the Municipal Corporation for a month, while the work of connecting the tank with the pipeline could have been done in a week.

local people talk

The previously excavated part of the road could not even be fully built that the contractor did not keep the rest of the road pliable by uprooting it with JCB. I am facing problem since one month.

-Alok Dixit, Handa Colony

———–

The work on the remaining part of the road should have been started only after the road on both sides till Damha Nala. Due to the closure of the road, it has become difficult to reach the city through hammer from Puttulal intersection.

Manu Mishra, Handa Colony

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There was a direct route to the city from the Puttulal square, but due to its being uprooted in its entire width, it was no longer possible to even walk on it. The slow pace of work is adding to the problems.

Hafiz Ali, Puttulal Square

———–

If half of the road width was uprooted from Puttulal intersection to Manokaran Mandir intersection, then the vehicles would continue to leave. The road from Hammer intersection continued to be built in half like this and people continued to move.

-Rehan Khan, Puttulal Square



The Executive Engineer of Jal Nigam had asked for a week’s time to connect the pipeline to the newly constructed water tank in Reti, but this work is taking more than necessary time. Due to this the work of road construction has also had to be stopped. Work is in progress on the remaining parts of this route. After talking to XEN of Jal Nigam, the work of connecting the pipeline will be completed soon so that the closed part of the road can be made new and opened for traffic.

Rajkumar Pithoria, Executive Engineer, PWD (Provincial Division)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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