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Pulwama: Street leading from Murran Chowk in dilapidated condition

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Pulwama, Jun 19: The residents of New Colony Zargar Mohallah of Pulwama town complained about the dilapidated condition of a local street leading from Murran Chowk.

The residents said that the street is in dilapidated condition and during rainfall; it becomes water-logged due to overflowing brook running parallel to it.

"The length of street according to locals is nearly one and a half kilometers and before nine years, it was repaired by roads and buildings department (R&B) Pulwama but since then no repairing work was carried out,” they added.

A local resident, Ab Rashid, said: “Around 65 households having access to this street are facing difficulties to travel through it.”

Chairman Muslim Model Education Trust (MMET), Gh Nabi Malik, said that the students of his institution are being compelled to wade through the water during rainfall

Before listening to what this reporter had to say, R&B Executive Engineer Pulwama, Mohd Yousuf hung up the phone.

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