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Commuters continue to endure bad roads

Commuters continue to endure bad roads
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The road from ECIL to Sainikpuri has been in a despicable state since the monsoon season last year. The Water Board ruthlessly dug it up to lay pipelines and then covered it with earth. Since then, despite promises from the government, the roads have seen no improvement.

It is not just the main roads but also those inside colonies that have become a nightmare for motorists

The road from ECIL to Sainikpuri has been in a despicable state since the monsoon season last year. The Water Board ruthlessly dug it up to lay pipelines and then covered it with earth. Since then, despite promises from the government, the roads have seen no improvement. The Water Board seems to be fascinated by potholed roads, or maybe it has become a secret pleasure for them to have irked commuters trying to navigate on potholed roads. As if bad main roads weren’t enough, commuters are now bereft of decent roads in colonies too.

Vayupuri Colony, Bharani Colony, Vivekanandapuram, Gandhi Nagar, Shakti Nagar, Ammuguda, Nirmal Nagar, Yapral, Balaji Nagar are some of the colonies that are reeling with bad roads. Raheem, an autodriver from the area, said that it was a nightmare to travel from ECIL to Sainikpuri. “It is difficult to drive on those muddy, uneven roads. It not only increases the risk of accidents but also damages the vehicles,” Raheem said.

Bad roads near Radhika Crossroads

Most shopkeepers near ECIL complain about a drop in business in the last six months, courtesy bad roads, again. “Dust hangs like a perpetual veil and people try to get away as quickly as possible. Locals and commuters have lost hopes of dust settling down,” said Aziz, a shopkeeper.

By:Ch Saibaba

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