Authorities entreated to set up circulation of heavy vehicles on certain stretches

The Bejjipuram-Bontalapeta-Mettavalasa route in Srikakulam district got damaged with regular movement of heavy vehicles.

The Bejjipuram-Bontalapeta-Mettavalasa route in Srikakulam district got damaged with traditional circulation of heavy vehicles.
 


Authorities entreated to set up circulation of heavy vehicles on certain stretches

Unlawful quarrying and transport of mining field topic in heavy vehicles became a bane for hundreds of folks dwelling in Laveru, Ranasthalam, Tekkali, Santabommali and surrounding mandals.

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The Panchayat Rraj Division laid roads a pair of years prior to now in many routes alongside with Bejjipuram-Bontalapeta of Laveru mandal of Srikakulam district.

The roads’ situation is furthermore putrid in numerous areas alongside with Mettavalasa, Rowthupeta-Ravada, and other villages of Srikakulam district.

In accordance with sources, many contractors are supplying gravel for the extension of National Motorway between Pydibhimavaram-Narasannapeta stretch.

“Many contractors are end to political circles and on legend of it, the Panchayat Raj Division is furthermore quiet despite heavy distress to roads. Their situation is putrid for the length of rainy days,” acknowledged a teacher who met with an accident as a end result of many potholes on the Bejjipuram-Bontalapeta-Mettavalasa route.

Unlawful quarries

In accordance with locals, as many as ten accidents happen and many two wheeler drivers became victims. Jana Sena Rep collectively Tekkali in-fee Kaniti Kiran entreated the district administration to attract end motion against all unlawful quarries. “Many stone crushing devices and quarries ignore safety norms. They beget got been the utilization of heavy explosion field topic. It ends in distress of many homes in Kakarapalli and surrounding areas of Santabommali mandal. There would possibly be now not this type of thing as a take a look at on circulation of heavy vehicles in the rural areas,” he added. He acknowledged that JSP would carry the express to the note of Collector J. Nivas since villagers turn victims of boulevard accidents.

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