Keollapur-jhungwa Road will be built with 2.92 crores

The Mujuri canal junction to Moulaganj Street is in poor condition.
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The Keollapur-Jhungwa road will be built with 2.92 crores
Maharajganj. The Public Works Department has made a proposal to build Keollapur-Jhungwa Road to facilitate public movement. The department will build 2.90 km of road at a cost of 2.92 crore.
In view of the poor condition of the road from Keollapur Khurd via Paraskhard to Jhungwa, the officials and villagers of Janhit Sangharsh Samiti, Bagapar protested. With this in mind, the Department of Public Works (Provincial Department) has made an estimate of 292.76 lakh for road construction. The prepared estimate was sent to the chief engineer of the public works department. After receiving the money, not only will the road be built, but the problems of passers-by will also be eliminated. Sachin Kumar, chief engineer of the Provincial Department’s Public Works Department, said a proposal for the construction of the Keollapur-Jhungwa Road had been submitted. As soon as the funds are released, construction work will begin.
Traffic delays on the damaged road
Gangi Bazaar (Maharajganj). While the government claims to be improving the village roads to provide better access to the people of the village, there is a problem in traffic as the damaged roads are not being repaired. Failure to drive carefully on the damaged roads can lead to accidents.
Paniara Khutha Marg, Mujuri Canal Crossing, Moulaganj Marg, Baida Sonbarsa Marg, Mujuri Sonbarsa Marg, Badhra Lala Suchitpur Marg, Devipur Akthwa Marg of the Paniara region are damaged. Walking on broken roads is nothing less than overcoming problems. Due to the bad road, pedestrians are injured by falls every day. The department officials have no interest in repairing this road. Rajeshwar Madheshia, Ramchandra Yadav, Ramesh Yadav, Anil Nishad, Amarjeet Nishad, Dinesh Tripathi, Satish Chauhan, Anil Sahani, Dr. Ashok Saini, Manoj Sahani, Harikesh Yadav, Guddu Sahani, Motilal Yadav, etc. repaired the area’s roads. A letter was sent to the DM demanding that this be done. In this regard, Sachin Kumar, chief engineer with the public works department, said efforts would be made to finish these roads and repair them soon.

The Keollapur-Jhungwa road will be built with 2.92 crores

Maharajganj. The Public Works Department has made a proposal to build Keollapur-Jhungwa Road to facilitate public movement. The department is building 2.90 km of road at a cost of 2.92 crore.

In view of the poor condition of the road from Keollapur Khurd via Paraskhard to Jhungwa, the officials and villagers of Janhit Sangharsh Samiti, Bagapar protested. With this in mind, the Department of Public Works (Provincial Department) has made an estimate of 292.76 lakh for road construction. The prepared estimate was sent to the chief engineer of the public works department. After receiving the money, not only will the road be built, but the problems of passers-by will also be eliminated. Sachin Kumar, chief engineer of the Provincial Department’s Public Works Department, said a proposal for the construction of the Keollapur-Jhungwa Road had been submitted. As soon as the funds are released, construction work will begin.

Traffic delays on the damaged road

Gangi Bazaar (Maharajganj). While the government claims to be improving the village roads to provide better access to the people of the village, there is a problem in traffic as the damaged roads are not being repaired. Failure to drive carefully on the damaged roads can lead to accidents.

Paniara Khutha Marg, Mujuri Canal Crossing, Moulaganj Marg, Baida Sonbarsa Marg, Mujuri Sonbarsa Marg, Badhra Lala Suchitpur Marg, Devipur Akthwa Marg of the Paniara region are damaged. Walking on broken roads is nothing less than overcoming problems. Due to the bad road, pedestrians are injured by falls every day. The department officials have no interest in repairing this road. Rajeshwar Madheshia, Ramchandra Yadav, Ramesh Yadav, Anil Nishad, Amarjeet Nishad, Dinesh Tripathi, Satish Chauhan, Anil Sahani, Dr. Ashok Saini, Manoj Sahani, Harikesh Yadav, Guddu Sahani, Motilal Yadav, etc. repaired the area’s roads. A letter was sent to the DM demanding that this be done. In this regard, Sachin Kumar, chief engineer with the public works department, said efforts would be made to finish these roads and repair them soon.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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