Rain – Shivgarh Rajbhe makeshift bridge collapsed due to heavy rain

The rain washed away the floor of the Nirana Bridge.
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Shivgarh (Rae Bareli). The makeshift bridge built on Shivgarh Rajbeh in Jagdishpur Gram Panchayat was washed away by heavy rain in the early hours of Friday morning. This affected passenger traffic in around 15 villages. About eight thousand people come and go through this makeshift bridge every day. Now the people of these villages have to go a long way to get to Shivgarh Market.
The bridge that was built on Shivgarh Rajbha in the Sharda Sahayak Lucknow section has become very dilapidated. For this reason, the bridge building work is in progress here. The department built a temporary bridge to maintain passenger traffic.
Water was also released in Rajbhe due to the start of the rice planting season. It has been raining heavily since Friday morning. Due to the leakage of water in Rajbhe and heavy rainfall, the temporary bridge over Shivgarh Rajbhe was washed away. Because of this, people have difficulty commuting.
Alok Dwivedi, the former boss Shiv Paltan Dwivedi, Rajesh Kumar, Anupam, Tanu Srivastava, Ratnesh Kumar, Sunil Prajapati, Rachit Srivastava, Bachchan Singh etc. expressed outrage when traffic came to a standstill.
Villagers said about 8,000 people pass this bridge every day. It is in such a situation that the department has made such a great carelessness. Villagers say that you have to drive over this bridge to the police station, hospital, market.
Abandoned four-wheelers, now people can no longer get away with two-wheelers. Everyone asked the DM to have the temporary bridge built immediately.
Many villages lost contact, distance increased distance
The villages of Panchayat Jagdishpur, Adaruganj, Tiwaripur, Natai, Rajapur, Singhpur, Sarai Chhatradhari, Lakshmanpur, Rajapur, Padaria, Alipur etc. lost contact due to the collapse of a makeshift bridge on Shivgarh Rajbha in Jagdishpur village in Shivgarh area. Now all these people have to walk two kilometers on Maharajganj Road to get to Shivgarh Market.

Shivgarh (Rae Bareli). The makeshift bridge built on Shivgarh Rajbeh in Jagdishpur Gram Panchayat was washed away by heavy rain in the early hours of Friday morning. This affected passenger traffic in around 15 villages. About eight thousand people come and go through this makeshift bridge every day. Now the people of these villages have to go a long way to get to Shivgarh Market.

The bridge that was built on Shivgarh Rajbha in the Sharda Sahayak Lucknow section has become very dilapidated. For this reason, the bridge building work is in progress here. The department built a temporary bridge to maintain passenger traffic.

Water was also released in Rajbhe due to the start of the rice planting season. It has been raining heavily since Friday morning. Due to the leakage of water in Rajbhe and heavy rainfall, the temporary bridge over Shivgarh Rajbhe was washed away. Because of this, people have difficulty commuting.

Alok Dwivedi, the former boss Shiv Paltan Dwivedi, Rajesh Kumar, Anupam, Tanu Srivastava, Ratnesh Kumar, Sunil Prajapati, Rachit Srivastava, Bachchan Singh etc. expressed outrage when traffic came to a standstill.

Villagers said about 8,000 people pass this bridge every day. In such a situation, the department showed such negligence. The villagers say that you have to drive over this bridge to the police station, the hospital and the market.

Abandoned four-wheelers, now people can no longer get away with two-wheelers. Everyone asked the DM to have the temporary bridge built immediately.

Many villages lost contact, distance increased distance

The villages of Panchayat Jagdishpur, Adaruganj, Tiwaripur, Natai, Rajapur, Singhpur, Sarai Chhatradhari, Lakshmanpur, Rajapur, Padaria, Alipur etc. lost contact due to the collapse of a makeshift bridge on Shivgarh Rajbha in Jagdishpur village in Shivgarh area. Now all these people have to walk two kilometers on Maharajganj Road to get to Shivgarh Market.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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