Lonvi Made A Plan To Fill The Pit


Muzaffarnagar/Charthawal. CM Yogi has given orders to make potholes free of broken roads. From Wednesday, the Public Works Department was to start the work of pothole-freeing the roads of the district, but due to the approval of half the budget, the department is engaged in the exercise of implementing the plan.
In the two units of the Public Works Department in the district, more than 200 roads have turned into potholes. The rain has made the condition of these roads worse. In addition to the Muzaffarnagar-Charthawal-Thanabhawan road, Jansath Marg, Meerapur road, it has become a tedious task to pass through the connectivity routes of the main roads. Anxiety emerges on the faces of the relatives about the pathetic roads to transport the sick person to the destination villages. People coming to Charthawal area from Muzaffarnagar or Saharanpur have to pass through potholes through broken road for about 15 km.
In the rain, the road from Charthaval to Thana Bhavan has become in a bad condition. The same condition remains in the sixty-sixth road. The problems have increased due to the dilapidated road in Almaspur. Traders Arvind Kumar, Tarspal Singh Nasirpur, Sanjeev Tyagi, Ajay Sharma, Tamrez Alam etc. say that people will get some relief only by filling the potholes of the roads properly. Mere fulfillment will not work.
At the same time, a proposal of Rs 3.32 crore was sent to the government for pothole-free of 102 roads of the district by the unit of LND under Bhopa bridge. Out of them 1.50 crores have been released. The department worked throughout the day to make the roads pothole-free. Executive Engineer Ajay Bhaskar said that in a day or two, the work of filling the potholes of the roads will be started in a comprehensive manner. On the other hand, the work of filling the potholes of the roads has not started by the unit located at Roorkee Road.

Muzaffarnagar-Thanabhavan road turned into potholes in 15dtdddd 04 and 04 DD-Charthaval– Photo : MUZAFFARNAGAR

Muzaffarnagar/Charthawal. CM Yogi has ordered to make potholes free of broken roads. From Wednesday, the Public Works Department was to start the work of pothole-freeing the roads of the district, but due to the approval of half the budget, the department is engaged in the exercise of implementing the plan.

In the two units of the Public Works Department in the district, more than 200 roads are turned into potholes. The rain has made the condition of these roads worse. In addition to the Muzaffarnagar-Charthawal-Thanabhawan road, Jansath Marg, Meerapur Marg, passing through the connectivity routes of the main roads has become a tedious task. Concern emerges on the faces of the relatives about the pathetic roads to transport the sick person to the destination villages. People coming to Charthawal area from Muzaffarnagar or Saharanpur have to pass through potholes through broken road for about 15 km.

In the rain, the road from Charthaval to Thana Bhavan has become in a bad condition. The same condition remains in the sixty-sixth road. The problems have increased due to the dilapidated road in Almaspur. Traders Arvind Kumar, Tarspal Singh Nasirpur, Sanjeev Tyagi, Ajay Sharma, Tamrez Alam etc. say that people will get some relief only by filling the potholes of the roads properly. Mere fulfillment will not work.

At the same time, a proposal of budget of 3.32 crores was sent to the government for pothole-free of 102 roads of the district by the unit of LND under Bhopa bridge. Out of them 1.50 crores have been released. The department worked throughout the day to make the roads pothole-free. Executive Engineer Ajay Bhaskar said that in a day or two, the work of filling the potholes of the roads will be started in a comprehensive manner. On the other hand, the work of filling the potholes of the roads has not started by the unit located at Roorkee Road.

Muzaffarnagar-Thanabhavan road turned into potholes in 15dtdddd 04 and 04 DD-Charthaval

Muzaffarnagar-Thanabhavan road turned into potholes in 15dtddddhd 04 and 04d-Charthaval– Photo : MUZAFFARNAGAR

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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