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Damage to water source in village Doghari: Villagers upset due to debris coming out in Salapad-Tattapani road construction

Damage to water source in village Doghari: Villagers upset due to debris coming out in Salapad-Tattapani road construction

July 22nd 2022, 1:52 pm
Amitesh Kumar
During the construction of Salapad-Tattapani road being constructed at a cost of 220 crores in Mandi of Himachal, the debris being thrown in Doghari village of Gram Panchayat Dhanara has become a problem for the villagers. These days the construction of the road is in the final stages, but instead of not dumping the debris coming out during construction, it is being thrown into the village Doghari. Due to which the place of the god of the villagers, the source of water and the kuhal are suffering heavy damage from the debris. On Friday, the villagers put their problem in front of former Forest Minister Rup Singh's son Abhishek Thakur as part of a public relations campaign in Dhanyara Panchayat. Villagers Ghanshyam Sharma, Neem Krishna, Hem Raj, Dinesh Kumar, etc., said that due to the construction of Salapad-Tattapani road, the deity's place, water source and clay on the place of the deity by the contractor without the approval of the forest department in Doghari village Dumping of their land is also being damaged. He has demanded that the debris and soil be removed from here and dumped into the drain at some distance. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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