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Village became an island due to bridge breaking: BJP MLA sat on a dharna along the culvert, demand for alternative road, officers reached the spot

Village became an island due to bridge breaking: BJP MLA sat on a dharna along the culvert, demand for alternative road, officers reached the spot

The culvert connecting Nonana village of Kishanpura pillow gram panchayat of Ladpura assembly constituency broke due to rain. The villagers were cut off with quota. Due to which the village became an island. BJP MLA Kalpana Devi sat on a dharna on the banks of the broken culvert, demanding an alternative route. Supporters were also present with him. PWD officers reached the spot on the information of the MLA sitting on the dharna. The 300-400 meter long culvert has been broken due to continuous rains. Village Kalpana Devi says that every time in this village, this problem occurs and the village becomes an island. Last year too, this culvert was broken due to heavy rains. Since then attempts are being made to construct this culvert. A proposal was also sent to PWD regarding this. But till date no arrangement has been made by the administration about the culvert here. The villagers had made temporary construction for their traffic by adding stones, sand and soil. But the recent rains also damaged stone sand, soil and the culvert was also damaged. Today the situation has become that of this village has lost contact with Kota. If someone wants to go to the hospital, go to get milk, go to the exam or have any other work, then there is a big challenge for them. He cannot move from here to there. PWD's AEN has demanded an alternative route. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 8:11 am
Amitesh Kumar
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