Road – Seven hundred roads became bad due to flood-rain


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In need of repair, PWD engineers engaged in preparing estimates of roads
Samvad News Agency
Siddharthnagar. The hardships of the flood victims did not seem to be diminishing. Till now it was difficult to walk on the road due to being surrounded by water, now it is difficult to walk on the bad roads after the water recedes. The concerned junior engineer of PWD has started preparing the estimates of more than seven hundred bad roads of the district, including the roads leading to more than four hundred villages surrounded by floods.
The Naugarh-Gorakhpur road has been damaged due to flood waters. Due to the uprooting of the ballasts near the caught intersection, there have been potholes in the road. In his area, the roads leading to the villages of Hathivadtal, Tighra, Kuahata, Manjharia, Jogiya from Kakrahi to Rewa Nankar, Bairwan Nankar, Tadia, Harni, Itauwa etc. have been damaged. The condition of roads in areas like Bansi, Dumariaganj, Lotan, Bhanwapur, Barhni and Shohratgarh etc. has become very bad.
Harishchandra, Ram Jiyawan, Chauthi, Devkinandan and Rambharose of Jogia area say that the potholes in the road have made walking difficult. Heavy vehicles including bikes and four wheelers are also getting stuck in the potholes. PWD Executive Engineer Vivek Rai says that the estimates of the roads damaged by flood and rain are being prepared by the concerned junior engineer, it will be repaired as soon as funds are allocated from the government.
There is still water on many roads
The flood water is still flowing on the road leading to the villages of Tiwaripur, Paniyava etc. of his area, similarly water has not come down from the roads of villages like Ajgara, Tal Bhirona, Itauva, Khajurdad etc. of Cachar region. Due to this it is difficult for the people to leave the house. At the same time, it is difficult to walk due to waterlogging on the roads of many villages of Jogia, Bansi, Dumariaganj and Bhanwapur.

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In need of repair, PWD engineers engaged in preparing estimates of roads

Samvad News Agency

Siddharthnagar. The hardships of the flood victims did not seem to be diminishing. Till now it was difficult to walk on the road due to being surrounded by water, now it is difficult to walk on the bad roads after the water recedes. Including the roads leading to more than four hundred villages surrounded by flood, the concerned junior engineer of PWD has started preparing the estimates of more than seven hundred bad roads of the district.

The Naugarh-Gorakhpur road has been damaged due to flood waters. Due to the uprooting of ballasts near the caught intersection, there have been potholes in the road. In his area, the roads leading to the villages of Hathivadtal, Tighra, Kuahata, Manjharia, Jogiya from Kakarhi to Rewa Nankar, Bairwan Nankar, Tadia, Harni, Itauwa etc. have been damaged. The condition of roads in areas like Bansi, Dumariaganj, Lotan, Bhanwapur, Barhni and Shohratgarh etc. has become very bad.

Harishchandra, Ram Jiyawan, Chauthi, Devkinandan and Rambharose of Jogia area say that the potholes in the road have made walking difficult. Heavy vehicles including bikes and four wheelers are also getting stuck in the potholes. PWD Executive Engineer Vivek Rai says that the estimates of the roads damaged by flood and rain are being prepared by the concerned junior engineer, it will be repaired as soon as funds are allocated from the government.

There is still water on many roads

The flood water is still flowing on the road leading to the villages of Tiwaripur, Paniyawa etc. of his area, similarly water has not come down from the roads of villages like Ajra, Tal Bhirona, Itauva, Khajurdad etc. of Cachar region. Due to this it is difficult for the people to leave the house. At the same time, it is difficult to walk due to waterlogging on the roads of many villages of Jogia, Bansi, Dumariaganj and Bhanwapur.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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