Anil Saxena, Raisen. Rain has become a problem for the people in Madhya Pradesh. Janani Express did not reach on time due to heavy rains due to flowing road under construction due to which the new born died. The case pertains to Raisen district.
In the district, a bridge is being constructed under the Pradhan Mantri Sadak Yojana at a cost of Rs 1.5 crore over the Rohiya drain on the Thala-Dighavan road connecting National Highway-45 to Bhopal-Jabalpur. The bypass road there was washed away in two days of rain. In such a situation, half a dozen villages have lost contact with the National Highway. Vehicular traffic has stopped due to 3-4 feet pit on both sides of the under-construction bridge. Due to the closure of traffic, the newborn baby of a pregnant woman has died.
For the convenience of the people, a network of Prime Minister’s roads has been laid in Raisen district. The bridge over the Rohia drain on the Thala-Dighavan road connecting to the National Highway-45 is under construction. Due to the construction, a temporary bypass was made from the side which was washed away in 24 hours of rain. Traffic on the bridge is blocked due to non-construction of both sides of the bridge. Due to unavailability of the way, the newborn of a pregnant woman could not get timely medical care, due to which she died. The villagers are angry with the slow pace of construction.
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Half a dozen villages have been cut off from the main road due to the road being washed away. The villagers have warned of agitation, accusing the contractor of shoddy construction. In this matter, Collector Arvind Dubey said that after talking to the contractor and the department, the work will be completed soon so that the villagers do not face any problem in movement. Villagers say that poor construction is being done by the contractor.
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