Not bad for the sales zone in five years

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Work in the sales area not completed in five years
Meerut. The vending zone program operated by the central government has not yet been fully implemented. Somewhere the construction work is incomplete and somewhere the facilities for lighting, drinking water, etc. are incomplete. In most places, platforms were built according to the scheme, but the handcarts were not installed.
The government had operated the sales zone scheme to provide a safe place for the sellers by parking carts in the squares and tracks of the metropolis and placing goods on the ground. For this purpose, a proposal for the development of sales areas in Surajkund, Garh Road near Tejgarhi, Kankarkheda and Modipuram in the metropolis was prepared.
At Surajkund Junction, 35 roadside shops were built, 125 on Garh Road for shopkeepers, 75 in Kankarkheda and 75 in Modipuram for shopkeepers, spending hundreds of rupees. At the same time, no tin shed was placed over the platforms at Surajkund. The reason given for this is a lack of budget. With this in mind, Chief Engineer Yashwant Kumar says the unfinished work on the platform will be completed soon. So that space can be allocated to all sellers and shopkeepers.

Work in the sales area not completed in five years

Meerut. The vending zone program operated by the central government has not yet been fully implemented. Somewhere the construction work is incomplete and somewhere the facilities for lighting, drinking water, etc. are incomplete. In most places, platforms were built according to the scheme, but the handcarts were not installed.

The government had operated the sales zone scheme to provide a safe place for the sellers by parking carts in the squares and tracks of the metropolis and placing goods on the ground. For this purpose, a proposal for the development of sales areas in Surajkund, Garh Road near Tejgarhi, Kankarkheda and Modipuram in the metropolis was prepared.

At Surajkund Junction, 35 roadside shops were built, 125 on Garh Road for shopkeepers, 75 in Kankarkheda and 75 in Modipuram for shopkeepers, spending hundreds of rupees. At the same time, no tin shed was placed over the platforms at Surajkund. The reason given for this is a lack of budget. With this in mind, Chief Engineer Yashwant Kumar says the unfinished work on the platform will be completed soon. So that space can be allocated to all sellers and shopkeepers.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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