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Incomplete bridge causing more health problem than connectivity

The vehicular traffic is so much here in Nagaon that connecting with Haibargaon area with main commercial parts of Nagaon is always seems to be time consuming affair besides cost as an other factor. To reduce the efforts as well as time to connect South Haibargaon at Bhuyanpatty to Nagaon near GNB Road, Fauzadaripatty, one concrete bridge is constructed some time ago, but the approach road is not made ready on either side. So, besides the movement of vehicles are suffering now due to incomplete soil work to make the approach road the neighbouring residents are having nighmare due to dusts in summer and mud in winter.

The Police Reserve quarter, Milanpur, Fauzadarypatty residents are major sufferer on account of health problem mainly caused by dust particles and many has closed their house ventilation due to dust layer covering their inner rooms all the time. The condition is going to worsen at the time of power wind.

So, it is big question that when the soil generated dust is replaed by bitumen road. Till then the local residents woes is more compere to the facilities being provided as shortest road connectivity via this incomplete bridge.

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