Road made up of 72 lakhs broken in one month – The culvert of the newly built connecting road was broken up before its inauguration, the road was also uprooted in many places

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Carefully. The culvert of the newly built one and a half kilometer long road between Ahmednagar and Thraisa-Singhpur was washed away in the rains before the monsoon. It’s easy to guess what will happen in the monsoon rains. Surprisingly, this street built by the Public Works Bureau could not even be inaugurated and the layers of corruption began to open up on the street. That upset the villagers.
Actually, Ahmednagar used to be a dirt road between Thraisa-Singhpur. Villagers had complained to Minister of State Gulab Devi in ​​Chandusi MLA and asked for the road to be built. Then the road was built. It is alleged that the street was passed without investigation.
The pre-monsoon rains uprooted the road and washed away the culvert from place to place. This clearly shows that there was negligence in the construction of the road. This was deliberately ignored. Minister of State Gulab Devi has been made aware of the problem. He asked the department officials to have the culvert repaired. It now remains to be seen whether an investigation will be opened into this matter or whether the matter will be covered up.
A road that connects a motorway and other major connecting roads
Carefully. This one and a half kilometer road between Ahmednagar Thraisa-Singhpur connects the Sambhal-Bahjoi Road on one side and the Pawansa-Chandausi Road on the other. Meanwhile, the villages of Jai Singh Theresa, Ahmednagar Theresa, Singhpur, Dhaul and Bhawan fall. People from other nearby villages pass this route. Due to the pre-monsoon rains, uprooting the road from place to place and overflowing the culvert has become a cause for people.
The Ministry spent 72 lakh rupees on the construction of the road; the Minister of State had made a proposal
Carefully. At the suggestion of State Minister Gulab Devi, a huge amount of Rs 72 lakh was spent by the Public Works Department on the construction of the road, but even before its inauguration, the opening of the layers of corruption is an abuse of government funds. Neighbors say a lot of substandard material was used in the construction work, but no one paid any attention. The focus is now on the result.

Carefully. The culvert of the newly built one and a half kilometer long road between Ahmednagar and Thraisa-Singhpur was washed away in the rains before the monsoon. It’s easy to guess what will happen in the monsoon rains. Surprisingly, this street built by the Public Works Bureau could not even be inaugurated and the layers of corruption began to open up on the street. That upset the villagers.

Actually, Ahmednagar used to be a dirt road between Thraisa-Singhpur. Villagers had complained to Minister of State Gulab Devi in ​​Chandusi MLA and asked for the road to be built. Then the road was built. It is alleged that the street was passed without investigation.

The pre-monsoon rains uprooted the road and washed away the culvert from place to place. This clearly shows that there was negligence in the construction of the road. This was deliberately ignored. Minister of State Gulab Devi has been made aware of the problem. He asked the department officials to have the culvert repaired. It now remains to be seen whether an investigation will be opened into this matter or whether the matter will be covered up.

A road that connects a motorway and other major connecting roads

Carefully. This one and a half kilometer road between Ahmednagar Thraisa-Singhpur connects the Sambhal-Bahjoi Road on one side and the Pawansa-Chandausi Road on the other. Meanwhile, the villages of Jai Singh Theresa, Ahmednagar Theresa, Singhpur, Dhaul and Bhawan fall. People from other nearby villages pass this route. Due to the pre-monsoon rains, uprooting the road from place to place and overflowing the culvert has become a cause for people.

The Ministry spent 72 lakh rupees on the construction of the road; the Minister of State had made a proposal

Carefully. At the suggestion of State Minister Gulab Devi, a huge amount of Rs 72 lakh was spent by the Public Works Department on the construction of the road, but even before its inauguration, the opening of the layers of corruption is an abuse of government funds. Neighbors say a lot of substandard material was used in the construction work, but no one paid any attention. The focus is now on the result.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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