Good news: Dm posed the problem, the minister asked for a proposal

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Mau. DM Mau Amit Singh Bansal presented the problem facing the district’s population to Industry Minister Satish Mahana, who had come to see the progress of the Purvanchal Expressway. Meanwhile, he said that in package seven of Mau, residents of the district had not made any arrangements to get on and off this freeway. To this end, the minister asked the DM to submit a proposal for this problem. He said every effort will be made to ensure that the residents of Mau receive this facility.
While the Purvanchal Expressway, which makes it easier to travel from Ballia to Delhi, has traveled a distance of 16 miles from the border of the district, but at that distance the UPDA has not given the district residents a chance to hop on and off every corner of the district. Amar Ujala not only exposed this problem, but also continuously publicized it by campaigning the problem to the public. From business people to lawyers to the general public and civil servants have been involved in Amar Ujala’s campaign. Everyone accepted this problem and demanded that the people of the district be given the opportunity to get on and off the Purvanchal Express. So far, if you want to board the Purvanchal Expressway, you first have to go to Hydara in Ghazipur or Sathianv Bazar in the Azamgarh district.

Mau. DM Mau Amit Singh Bansal presented the problem facing the district’s population to Industry Minister Satish Mahana, who had come to see the progress of the Purvanchal Expressway. Meanwhile, he said that in package seven of Mau, residents of the district had not made any arrangements to get on and off this freeway. To this end, the minister asked the DM to submit a proposal for this problem. He said every effort will be made to ensure that the residents of Mau receive this facility.

While the Purvanchal Expressway, which makes it easier to travel from Ballia to Delhi, has traveled a distance of 16 miles from the border of the district, but at that distance the UPDA has not given the district residents a chance to hop on and off every corner of the district. Amar Ujala not only exposed this problem, but also continuously publicized it by campaigning the problem to the public. From business people to lawyers to the general public and civil servants have been involved in Amar Ujala’s campaign. Everyone accepted this problem and demanded that the people of the district be given the opportunity to get on and off the Purvanchal Express. So far, if you want to board the Purvanchal Expressway, you first have to go to Hydara in Ghazipur or Sathianv Bazar in the Azamgarh district.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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