Mehdawal Bakhir Road closed – Mehdawal Bakhir Road closed due to rain

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Mehdawal-Bakhira road closed due to rain
Now passers-by have to travel 10 km to reach Bakhira.
The slowness of the construction of the culvert increased the problems of passers-by
Samvad news agency
Bakhira. A culvert is being built near the village of Kanapar on the Mehdawal-Bakhira road. The road, which was built by bridging the ground next to the culvert under construction for the movement of pedestrians and vehicles, was washed away in the rainwater on Saturday night. Because of this, the Mehdawal-Bakhira road has been closed. Now people are forced to travel ten kilometers to get to Bakhira. Allegedly, even after 24 hours, those responsible did not bother to re-establish the path.
A new culvert is being built by breaking open the dilapidated culvert near the village of Kanapar, adjacent to Bakhira. The road was made ready for traffic by passers-by and vehicles by paving the earth next to the culvert under construction. Here the vehicle traffic was affected by the fortnightly rain. On Saturday night the fields were flooded due to heavy rain during the night. The temporary road for traffic was washed away in a strong current of water. Because of this, people’s problems have greatly increased. Now people have to walk ten kilometers more to get to Bakhira, Khalilabad and Gorakhpur. Passers-by Ramswaroop, Ramuzagir, Shamshuddin, Mehboob Ali, Rajesh Yadav, Murlidhar, Jiyaul, Akram said that the road was made by pouring earth, but due to the gap in the ground because the roller did not run on it, such an incident happened. The villagers claim that the department built the culvert at a slow pace. If the officials had shown speed, traffic through the newly constructed culvert would have started before the onset of rain. In this regard, Rajesh Nigam, XEN of PWD, said that the culvert near the village of Kanapar on the Mehdawal-Bakhira road is ready. The approach remains. The approach will be ready in three to four days. After that the traffic begins.

Mehdawal-Bakhira road closed due to rain

Now passers-by have to travel 10 km to reach Bakhira.

The slowness of the construction of the culvert increased the problems of passers-by

Samvad news agency

Bakhira. A culvert is being built near the village of Kanapar on the Mehdawal-Bakhira road. The road, which was built by bridging the ground next to the culvert under construction for the movement of pedestrians and vehicles, was washed away in the rainwater on Saturday night. Because of this, the Mehdawal-Bakhira road has been closed. Now people are forced to travel ten kilometers to get to Bakhira. Allegedly, even after 24 hours, those responsible did not bother to re-establish the path.

A new culvert is being built by breaking open the dilapidated culvert near the village of Kanapar, adjacent to Bakhira. The road was made ready for traffic by passers-by and vehicles by paving the earth next to the culvert under construction. Here the vehicle traffic was affected by the fortnightly rain. On Saturday night the fields were flooded due to heavy rain during the night. The temporary road for traffic was washed away in a strong current of water. Because of this, people’s problems have greatly increased. Now people have to walk ten kilometers more to get to Bakhira, Khalilabad and Gorakhpur. Passers-by Ramswaroop, Ramuzagir, Shamshuddin, Mehboob Ali, Rajesh Yadav, Murlidhar, Jiyaul, Akram said that the road was made by pouring earth, but due to the gap in the ground because the roller did not run on it, such an incident happened. The villagers claim that the department built the culvert at a slow pace. If the officials had shown speed, traffic through the newly constructed culvert would have started before the onset of rain. In this regard, Rajesh Nigam, XEN of PWD, said that the culvert near the village of Kanapar on the Mehdawal-Bakhira road is ready. The approach remains. The approach will be ready in three to four days. After that the traffic begins.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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