Hiran Magri residents block Traffic, demand repair of Roads


Hiran Magri residents block Traffic, demand repair of Roads

Tension gripped sector 8 of Hiran Magri when on Tuesday morning tens of locals gathered on the road protesting against the officials of Urban Improvement Trust of Udaipur for being negligent towards the conditions of roads there. Soon a team of police officials along with UIT secretary reached the scene and controlled the situation.

 
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Hiran Magri residents block Traffic, demand repair of Roads

Tension gripped sector 8 of Hiran Magri when on Tuesday morning tens of locals gathered on the road protesting against the officials of Urban Improvement Trust of Udaipur for being negligent towards the conditions of roads there. Soon a team of police officials along with UIT secretary reached the scene and controlled the situation.

The locals of the area informed that the main road of sector 8, Hiran Magri which heads towards Savina was in bad conditions from a long time. The road with a number of holes also had charcoal chipped off from various places. Due to this, water clogging and accumulation water led to traffic jams and was also creating hygienic problems.

Hiran Magri residents block Traffic, demand repair of Roads

Further the locals added that they had intimated the officials of concern department for a number of times about the prevailing conditions of the roads and also about their discomfort but no major action was taken by them. Considering that on Tuesday morning, they decided to stage a protest by blocking the road.

Hiran Magri residents block Traffic, demand repair of Roads

To control the situation a team of police officials including DySP Madhuri Verma, SHOs of 2 police stations namely Bhopalpura, Hiran Magri and their forces rushed to the scene to bring back the condition to normal.

Soon the UIT Secretary R.N Mehta also visited to verify the situation after which the betterment of the road conditions started immediately on his orders.

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