Potholed, Ramshackle Magraypora To Palhalan Road Needs Attention, Commuters Faces Problems

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By FK WEB DESK on 17/08/2018.

Potholed, Ramshackle Magraypora To Palhalan Road Needs Attention, Commuters Faces Problems

Yaseen Shabaz Malik


Baramulla, Aug 17: The road which connects the people travelling from different areas of Bandipora to Baramulla are situated in the middle of both the areas. The village namely Magraypora Of Tehsil Pattan of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.
It Has been macademised last year but the department left Magraypora to ussan, Palhallan road without macademisation which is midpoint for the two said Districts.

The residents of Magraypora and adjoining areas said the dusty roads and pathetic road conditions made us paralysed.

The traffic which run on the same road, the bumpy road that reached us to palhallan NH1 through palhallan only in 25 minutes but the poor condition of the road takes around an hour to arrive to the destination said a resident.

The road is fully potholed, it creates different problems especially to the patients, also for the vehicles Said a driver Mohammad Shafi.

When the macademisation of the whole road from (palhallan to Goushbugh) of tehsil pattan have been started last year, regular commuters and the residents had a hope that this work will be finished,but the job/work was left mid way said a resident Altaf ahmad lone.

The dilapidated condition of the road in the middle causes distress to masses of the vicinity, the ailing travellers and also irks the men in uniform who are supposed to be on time in office, school or any other department.

“The road has been neglected from long time,despite the issues have been discussed to the authorities but nothing done yet and still the road remains like messed up” said another local Fayaz Ahmad wani.
Meanwhile locals appeal in one voice to honourable Governor NN Vohra to look into this long-term pending matter and act as soon as possible.
The residents also appealed the District Development Commissioner Baramulla to intervene in the matter and do the needful at an earliest.

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