Most of the roads in Chandauli are bad, traffic is getting difficult – Most of the roads in Chandauli are bad, traffic has become difficult

Just two days of rainfall exposed the state government’s claims of straining the streets and the functioning of the departments. Road conditions in various areas of the district were already poor, but the roads got worse after the rains on Wednesday and Thursday. If these roads are not built soon, the situation will be even more dire during the rainy days. The ballast lying on the streets has broken out again and has spread.
Work on filling the pits on the streets should be completed by October 20. But even after a while, the condition of the roads has not improved. The public works department claims more roads have been repaired than the government funds received. According to the PWD department, the government had asked for 5.16 rupees to fill the pits on 458.82 km of roads in the district. The department has only received 1.72 rupees so far. The department claims that the money received demolished about 330 km of roads. But the reality on the ground looks like something else. It is risky to walk all but a few streets.
Endurance The 13-kilometer Dhina-Zamania route has been damaged for many days. The PWD department has repaired the five-kilometer road to Sikatha village in the past, but the remaining eight kilometers are in very poor condition. If the road is not built before the rain, it will be difficult for people to walk. JE Chhotalal from the PWD department announced that a tendering process to repair the road is pending.
Sakaladiha. The construction of the city’s main street is still ongoing, even after a year. Because of this, there is a problem with water treatment in the city. The road was turned into a lake in two rainy days. There is still water on the street. In January 2020, the PWD department received approval to build one and a half kilometers of road, sewer and track at a cost of Rs. The roads have turned into pits.
Kamalpur Two rainy days exposed the public works department. On the 13 km stretch from Sakaldiha to Kamalpur, people started cutting. After the rain, pits were built on the road from place to place. Rainwater was flooded on the road near Chowki, Inayatpur, Gauspur and Gohada Vishunpura Police of Kamalpur. The villagers say that the people who go to Sakaldiha because of the work of the court are forced to change the way because of a bad road. People are injured by falling.
Bhishampur-Sherwa Road, which connects to PDDU City Road, has been completely converted into pits. Being on the road for three years was a big problem for the passers-by and the villagers. People in Chandauli and Mirzapur districts drive on this road. On the way, the villagers of the villages CRPF Training Center, Vandevi, Bhishampur, Ferozepur, Taktakpur, Hajipur, Semraur, Bhatwara Khurd, Bhatwara Kala, Pipariya, Kudra, Niwi etc. have to come and go. The PWD department had prepared an action plan of approximately Rs 1 crore 20 lakh for the 9.6 km long road laying work and sent it to the government in fiscal year 2020, which was not approved. The action plan was also sent in 2021.
Naugarh The condition of the route from the local market to the villages of Chikan, Padhoti, Barbaspur, Bairgarh, Dhankuwari etc. is poor. Due to the neglect of PWD, no Lapan work was carried out on the almost 21 km long route even after 15 years. There is a deluge of pits in the street. In the past, villagers have also filed a Tehsil Road Repair Day application, but the hearing was not held. Ambulance drivers said it takes a long time to reach a case in villages like Chikan, Bairgarh, Barabaspur etc.
Kandwa. Large pits built on the Kandwa-Kakrait road in the area have become deadly. An accident happened that day. The villagers have repeatedly appealed to department officials and regional officials, but to date they have not taken any meaningful initiative. This road was built in 2008 to connect UP and Bihar. Everyday people from Telhara, Kandwa, Amda, Kamharia, Bahera, Adsad, Sisaura, Bakodi etc. travel via this route. This route is the easiest route to connect the people of UP and Bihar. However, due to a lack of maintenance and repairs, the road has gone completely bad.
The government asked for money to repair the roads. As soon as the funds are released, the pits will be filled and roads will be built.
DP Singh, Senior Engineer, PWD

Just two days of rainfall exposed the state government’s claims of straining the streets and the functioning of the departments. Road conditions in various areas of the district were already poor, but the roads got worse after the rains on Wednesday and Thursday. If these roads are not built soon, the situation will be even more dire during the rainy days. The ballast lying on the streets has broken out again and has spread.

Work on filling the pits on the streets should be completed by October 20. But even after a while, the condition of the roads has not improved. The public works department claims more roads have been repaired than the government funds received. According to the PWD department, the government had asked for 5.16 rupees to fill the pits on 458.82 km of roads in the district. The department has only received 1.72 rupees so far. The department claims that the money received demolished about 330 km of roads. But the reality on the ground looks like something else. It is risky to walk all but a few streets.

Endurance The 13-kilometer Dhina-Zamania route has been damaged for many days. The PWD department has repaired the five-kilometer road to Sikatha village in the past, but the remaining eight kilometers are in very poor condition. If the road is not built before the rain, it will be difficult for people to walk. JE Chhotalal from the PWD department announced that a tendering process to repair the road is pending.

Sakaladiha. The construction of the city’s main street is still ongoing, even after a year. Because of this, there is a problem with water treatment in the city. The road was turned into a lake in two rainy days. There is still water on the street. In January 2020, the PWD department received approval to build one and a half kilometers of road, sewer and track at a cost of Rs. The roads have turned into pits.

Kamalpur Two rainy days exposed the public works department. On the 13 km stretch from Sakaldiha to Kamalpur, people started cutting. After the rain, pits were built on the road from place to place. Rainwater was flooded on the road near Chowki, Inayatpur, Gauspur and Gohada Vishunpura Police of Kamalpur. The villagers say that the people who go to Sakaldiha because of the work of the court are forced to change the way because of a bad road. People are injured by falling.

Bhishampur-Sherwa Road, which connects to PDDU City Road, has been completely converted into pits. Being on the road for three years was a big problem for the passers-by and the villagers. People in Chandauli and Mirzapur districts drive on this road. On the way, the villagers of the villages CRPF Training Center, Vandevi, Bhishampur, Ferozepur, Taktakpur, Hajipur, Semraur, Bhatwara Khurd, Bhatwara Kala, Pipariya, Kudra, Niwi etc. have to come and go. The PWD department had prepared an action plan of approximately Rs 1 crore 20 lakh for the 9.6 km long road laying work and sent it to the government in fiscal year 2020, which was not approved. The action plan was also sent in 2021.

Naugarh The condition of the route from the local market to the villages of Chikan, Padhoti, Barbaspur, Bairgarh, Dhankuwari etc. is poor. Due to the neglect of the PWD, no Lapan work was carried out on the almost 21 km long route even after 15 years. There is a deluge of pits in the street. In the past, villagers applied for Tehsil Day for road repairs, but the hearing was not held. Ambulance drivers said it takes a long time to get to any village in Chikan, Bairagarh, Barabaspur, etc.

Kandwa. Large pits built on the Kandwa-Kakrait road in the area have become deadly. An accident happened that day. The villagers have repeatedly appealed to department officials and regional officials, but to date they have not taken any meaningful initiative. This road was built in 2008 to connect UP and Bihar. Everyday people from Telhara, Kandwa, Amda, Kamharia, Bahera, Adsad, Sisaura, Bakodi etc. travel via this route. This route is the easiest route to connect the people of UP and Bihar. However, due to a lack of maintenance and repairs, the road has gone completely bad.

The government asked for money to repair the roads. As soon as the funds are released, the pits will be filled and roads will be built.

DP Singh, Senior Engineer, PWD

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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