Sadam Hussain Pandow
Pulwama, December 02: Residents of Pampore’s Bhuji Bagh says their life has become miserable because of the pathetic condition of the roads in the area.
They states the road has been in dilapidated condition for last two decades and no one is bothering to repair it despite knocking doors to authorities repeatedly about the problem.
“As of bulky up down curvatures on roads, our vehicles get damaged, commuters’ are not able to walk because of accumulation of rain water,” a villager, Kaiser Ahmad says. He continues extreme muddy and water swamped roads sometimes forces their school going children’s to skip classes.
He adds that during summer the stagnant water emits foul smell compelling passersby to cover their noses with handkerchiefs.
Kaiser narrates, months before one school going children injured as of falling from rough ramp when he was approaching towards school. He adds that dilapidated and inundated road has created a chaos in the village especially for women children and elderly.
The road that connects Bhuji Bagh village with its neighbouring village Samboora is less than two kilometers. As of path holes and ramps, the road from Samboora to Bhuji Bagh takes twenty minutes to cover the least distance by motor vehicle.
Villagers are now urging once again to concerned authorities for repairing roads in their village otherwise they stage protest on the main road.