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Around DC office, Doda town has dilapidated roads
4/20/2019 10:38:41 PM
Abid Hussain Wani
Early Times Report
Doda, Apr 20: Not to speak of peripheries, the roads around DC office in Doda town are in bad shape. Authorities of R&B and PMGSY Department have always ignored the town despite many requests. The roads which connect dozens of villages are dilapidated said residents of Akramabad area The dusty roads make lives of people difficult.
The condition of various roads continues to trouble people, especially children and old-aged.
District administration, former ministers and MLAs are well aware about the condition of road but nobody seems concerned, the locals said. While talking to Early Times, locals said that, the city road which also connects two tehsils is just 0.5km to 2 km from Doda town is in bad shape. Residents from Akramabad town especially students complaint of dust and potholes In both the summer and winter season dust and mud case problems to them.
The condition of this road continue to trouble thousands of people from all walks of life used the same route but it is very painful and creates tremendous faces while walking or travelling, has become a big worry now. Two years ago, the repairing construction work of this road started but within a month, contractors leave the work's without any reason after digging the walls, blacktop. locals climbed that they are living in ancient times not in 21st century, local residents of Akramabad Yaver Amin said.
It is pertinent to mention here that decades ago, a survey of national highway from Doda-Anantnag via Kapran was held by national conference government on the same route but due to opposition leaders the project remained a dream.
Locals once again appeal to Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, DDC Doda to look into the matter personally and direct the concerned authorities to complete the construction work of Doda-Bhagwah 1km road.
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