BANDIPORA: The long pending demand of the people of Bandipora fulfilled, on Wednesday after Srinagar-Bandipora road got approval under Central Road Funds(CRF) by Central Government.
As per the official reports received from MLA Bandipora , The road which connects Bandipora with the summer capital Srinagar got approval from central government.
Locals of Bandipora said that the road was in dilapidated condition from last couple of years due to which commuters were facing troubles in reaching Srinagar.
Keeping in view the situation of this road, Youth of Bandipora started an online line campaign recently under hashtag #betterroadsforbandipora to make aware state government for taking some serious steps to construct the said road.
Later on Member of Legislature Assembly for Bandipora, Usman Majid, took this matter to central government for the redressal of this genuine issue , and finally road got approval from Central government today.
Apart from Srinagar-Bandipora road, Arin Bappora Bridge also got Approval under CRF, which was appreciated by locals there.
“It is third achievement of worthy MLA, and it happened all due to the efforts of MLA Bandipora Usman Majid that we got approval of this bridge after long time” local said while talking to this reporter.
On the occasion, MLA Bandipora also thanked the people for their support and dedication.
I am proud of my people and the steps taken by them regarding the campaign for betterment of Bandipora-Sumbal road is appreciable. I always need support of my people in every developmental initiative related to our constituency, so that we can bring change and development to our constituency in every sphere.
Meanwhile , locals of Bandipora in general have thanked the concerned MLA for taking the issue seriously in very short time.
It is pertinent to mention here that Majid was draped in a white cloth and protested against dilapidated condition of Bandipora- Sumbal road, demanded macadamisation in recent assembly Session.
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