Madhya Pradesh: Congress leads villagers in protest against dilapidated state highway in Piplarawan

Madhya Pradesh: Congress leads villagers in protest against dilapidated state highway in Piplarawan

Participating in the protest, Congress workers including Sonkatch former MLA Sajjan Singh Verma demanded the government to reconstruct the stretch

FP News ServiceUpdated: Wednesday, January 11, 2023, 09:19 PM IST
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Piplarawan (Madhya Pradesh): Led by the Block Congress Committee, villagers staged a protest at Gichalaya village over the dilapidated condition of the state highway between Nipania Hills and Piplarawan. The stretch has become accident-prone, said the demonstrators, adding that poor road condition was also causing inconvenience to people commuting to nearby villages like Lakumdi, Nipania and others. Recently, a school bus had met with  an accident on this stretch.

Participating in the protest, Congress workers including Sonkatch former MLA Sajjan Singh Verma demanded the government to reconstruct the stretch. He also flayed the Shivraj Singh Chauhan –led state government for failing on all fronts. He alleged that the administration was ignoring the problem of residents. Verma said that if the Congress government is formed in the state it would transform the area. Party block president Jitendra Rana along with

As a temporary solution, the administration using JCB levelled the road but this is not a solution, said the villagers. Naib tehsildar Abhishek Chaurasia, patwari Shivraj Singh,  police  station in-charge C L Katare and his force remained present till the villagers continued their protest.

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