The young woman’s determination not to marry until there are good roads for the village; Complaint taken directly by the Chief Minister!

We are always hearing about big projects like National Highways, State Highways, four-lane, eight-lane roads. Funds are also being spent for those schemes. These shiny cement-concrete roads are shown as a symbol of the development taking place in the country. However, there are still many villages or areas in the country where there is no road to go to, or even if it is, it does not fit in the category of ‘road’. In such a situation, the locals have to face great heartache and difficulties. Often such bad roads in health emergency situations also lead to life threatening situations. In one such case, there are many problems in the village as the roads are bad and the young woman has also complained that she cannot get married until there are good roads in the village. For this, she has sent an email directly to the Chief Minister expressing her grief.

What exactly is type?

This type is from Rampura village in Karnataka. The roads to and from this village in Devnagare district are in a very bad condition. Bad condition of roads or lack of roads in some places is causing great loss to the village and the villagers. However, as the administration has been ignoring this issue for the last several years, a 26-year-old girl named Bindu has written a letter directly to the Chief Minister stating the problems of the villagers. Bindu is the only educated person in the village. However, after getting married, Bindu fears that there will be no one left to fight for the village.

The village is still backward due to roads!

The girl has written a letter of condolence to the office of Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai. “There are no good roads in our village. This makes it difficult to communicate with other villages. So our village is still backward. I had to stay in a hostel as there was no good road from the village to go to college. Our village has a school for children up to the fifth grade. But if one wants to learn further, one has to travel 14 kilometers every day, ”the letter said. I have written a complaint directly to the Chief Minister via email for the same road issue, ”the girl told The Indian Express.

Meanwhile, this letter of the point prompted immediate action at the administrative level. The letter was responded to by the Chief Minister’s Office and the issue was assured to be resolved immediately. The administration has also informed that instructions have been given to the Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department in this regard.

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