Due to poor road construction and negligence in patch work, about 5 km of road from Dhurra to Kurayla has been uprooted. Here, the asphalt road has been completely turned into pits. Please tell that daily buses coming to and from Mahidpur, Ajleshwar and Nayasrayan are departing from here. Farmers also bring their crops daily from tractor-trolleys. It is known that all the small drivers who come out of here due to dust and pits are crashing. Many people are falling uncontrolled in these pits even at night.
Passer-by-road crashed on bumpy roads and blind turns
On this road there are blind turns and due to being uprooted, the vehicles are falling and getting injured due to slipping in two wheelers. In this regard, social activist Shivram Raghuvanshi, a resident of village Dhurra, told that the construction of this road was substandard in the early stages by the said contractor. There were irregularities in the road from the time of laying the road, but the concerned department had to re-overlap it with the contractor. It was also complained at the time of road construction, but due to the connivance of departmental officers and contractors, road quality was not noticed. Now this road is completely uprooted and two-wheelers coming out of it are sliding. At the same time, departmental officials say that due to excess rain, the road has been uprooted. The concerned contractor has been directed to get the road rebuilt.
Crater on the culvert is inviting accidents
A similar situation is of a culvert on the road connecting village Ajleshwar to Nayasrayan. The culvert that remains here is inviting accidents because there have been large pits on the culvert. According to the information, this culvert located on the Gujri river near Ajleshwar-Piprol village was constructed about 15 years ago. But as time passed, the culvert was not repaired. Due to which the culvert has been uprooted from place to place. The condition is that where the railing is broken, there are many pits on the culvert too and they are coming out even in the culvert. Due to which there is always a risk of accident on this culvert.