Transfer vehicle damaged, blocked for 16 hours

Baidhan Bijpur Road in the Bijpur area was clogged with sand-laden trucks
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An overloaded truck with sand collapsed on the Sirsoti Bijpur-Baidhan road on Sunday evening, resulting in a long traffic jam on the Bijpur Baidhan bypass. The traffic came to a complete standstill. The people trapped in the traffic jam remained angry.
Because of the traffic jam, the workers, two-wheelers and four-wheelers working on the project got stuck in a traffic jam. Several road buses also got stuck in traffic jams, which caused inconvenience for commuters. Hundreds of trucks parked at an angle in a traffic jam almost turned this traffic jam into another nuisance. The situation was that there was a traffic jam for about 15 km from Gobha in Madhya Pradesh to the Nemna Forest in Uttar Pradesh. The traffic was disrupted all day from Sunday night to Monday due to chaotic parking of vehicles on both tracks of the street. People remained upset about the heavy traffic jam on Renukoot Bijpur Road from the border between Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Most of the problems were inflicted on young children and the elderly trapped in traffic jams. The displaced people who live daily on the only road that connects Bijpur Rehabilitation First and Jam have gotten into trouble. It has become difficult for people to leave their homes as trucks are parked indiscriminately in front of the house. Notably, at the direction of the district judge, the task force and the line of the Mineral Department have been set up to inspect the overloaded vehicles in Nakatu, but the overloaded sand trucks continue to operate. Traffic jams occur every day due to overloaded vehicles.

An overloaded truck with sand collapsed on the Sirsoti Bijpur-Baidhan road on Sunday evening, resulting in a long traffic jam on the Bijpur Baidhan bypass. The traffic came to a complete standstill. The people trapped in the traffic jam remained angry.

Because of the traffic jam, the workers, two-wheelers and four-wheelers working on the project got stuck in a traffic jam. Several road buses also got stuck in traffic jams, which caused inconvenience for commuters. Hundreds of trucks parked at an angle in a traffic jam almost turned this traffic jam into another nuisance. The situation was that there was a traffic jam for about 15 km from Gobha in Madhya Pradesh to the Nemna Forest in Uttar Pradesh. The traffic was disrupted all day from Sunday night to Monday due to chaotic parking of vehicles on both tracks of the street. People remained upset about the heavy traffic jam on Renukoot Bijpur Road from the border between Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Most of the problems were inflicted on young children and the elderly trapped in traffic jams. The displaced people who live daily on the only road that connects Bijpur Rehabilitation First and Jam have gotten into trouble. It has become difficult for people to leave their homes as trucks are parked indiscriminately in front of their homes. Notably, at the direction of the district judge, the task force and the line of the Mineral Department have been set up to inspect the overloaded vehicles in Nakatu, but the overloaded sand trucks continue to operate. Traffic jams occur every day due to overloaded vehicles.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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