Traffic Cessation Due to Road Damage – Traffic Cessation Due to Road Damage

Waterlogging on the main street of the Narayanpur Ratan village of Mandawali.
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Traffic jam due to road damage
Bhaguwala. The main Bhaguwala-Chandak road has been damaged by the movement of heavy and overloaded vehicles. Because of this, the movement of the villagers has come to a standstill. The villagers called for the road to be repaired and for heavy vehicles to be banned.
Sarfaraz, Surendra, Jaipal Singh, Brahmpal, Rajendra Singh, Rajkumar, Bhaguwala residents say that the villages of Kamarajpur, Van Gurjar, Rajgarh etc. are connected by the main Bhaguwala-Chandak road. This five-kilometer route has been turned into deep potholes by the movement of large and overloaded vehicles along the route. Local villagers use this route to get to Nangalsoti. Because of the damaged road, the villagers have great difficulty moving. In the rainy season, water collects in the pits in the road, in which many villagers were injured. Villagers say there are stone breakers, poultry farm and forest sales warehouse on this road. As a result, heavy and overloaded vehicles are moving towards Bhaguwala and the East Ganges Canal. The villagers have asked the administration to repair the road and ban the transport of heavy vehicles.

Damaged main Bhaguwala-Chandak road in the Bhaguwala area.– Photo: NAZIBABAD

Pedestrians pass waterlogging on the main road Bhaguwala-Chandak.

Pedestrians pass waterlogging on the main road Bhaguwala-Chandak.– Photo: NAZIBABAD

Traffic jam due to road damage

Bhaguwala. The main Bhaguwala-Chandak road has been damaged by the movement of heavy and overloaded vehicles. Because of this, the movement of the villagers has come to a standstill. The villagers called for the road to be repaired and for heavy vehicles to be banned.

Sarfaraz, Surendra, Jaipal Singh, Brahmpal, Rajendra Singh, Rajkumar, Bhaguwala residents say that the villages of Kamarajpur, Van Gurjar, Rajgarh etc. are connected by the main Bhaguwala-Chandak road. This five-kilometer route has been turned into deep potholes by the movement of large and overloaded vehicles along the route. Local villagers use this route to reach Nangalsoti. Because of the damaged road, the villagers have great difficulty moving. In the rainy season, water collects in the pits in the road, in which many villagers were injured. Villagers say there are stone breakers, poultry farm and forest sales warehouse on this road. As a result, heavy and overloaded vehicles are moving towards Bhaguwala and the East Ganges Canal. The villagers have asked the administration to repair the road and ban the transport of heavy vehicles.

Damaged main Bhaguwala-Chandak road in the Bhaguwala area.

Damaged main Bhaguwala-Chandak road in the Bhaguwala area.– Photo: NAZIBABAD

Pedestrians pass waterlogging on the main road Bhaguwala-Chandak.

Pedestrians pass waterlogging on the main road Bhaguwala-Chandak.– Photo: NAZIBABAD

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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