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Bareilly: After 75 years of independence, two villages will get paved road, farmers took this step in happiness

Report – Ansh Kumar Mathur
Bareilly. After 75 years of independence, 2 villages of CB Ganj of Bareilly are going to get road. For this, a budget of about 2 crores has also been passed from the Municipal Corporation. At the same time, the file related to land acquisition has also been approved by the administration committee. After this, instructions have also been issued by the district administration to the ADM Finance and Revenue Municipal Commissioner in this regard. Let us tell you that about 10 thousand villages of Parsakheda, Gautiya and Gokulpur alias Gargiya village of Ward 37 Nadausi of CBganj Even after 75 years of independence, the population was seen untouched by basic facilities. Due to lack of road to reach the village, the villagers were facing a lot of problems. In front of the private school located on the rural highway, on the side of Bareilly Rampur road, they used to come to the village through the brick kiln owner’s land. Whereas there used to be a lot of problem in getting out of here in the rainy season.

Recently a meeting was held in the Municipal Corporation in which 625.9 meters long and 10 meters wide road from Jhumka Tirahe to Parasakheda Gotia has been passed. A budget of two crores has also been approved for this road. From this budget, half the amount will be purchased for land and half the road will be built. On this matter, Nidhi Gupta, Commissioner of Municipal Corporation said that this matter has come to light and the budget has been passed for it. After acquiring the land, its construction will be started very soon.

25 lakh bighas of land being sold

Councilor’s husband Sukhdish Kashyap told that the land near the highway is currently being sold for Rs 25 lakh per bigha, but the villagers agreed to pay Rs 12 lakh per bigha by giving their land to the Municipal Corporation for the construction of the road. Is. Also, in this case, villager Devesh says that the villagers have suffered loss due to the acquisition, but they are feeling very excited after passing the concrete road from the Municipal Corporation.

Approval to make underpass

The railway line of Parsakheda station is coming in the middle to go from Jhumka square to Gauntia village, on which councilor’s husband Sukhdish Kashyap was already trying for the underpass. Now approval has also been given from the senior divisional engineer of Northern Railway Moradabad Kulwant Singh to build the underpass. Now even the railway line will not become a hindrance and the railway will start the construction of the underpass soon.

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