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Dangerous highway situation: Citizens of village, city locality threaten to boycott Uttar Pradesh polls

By means of PTI

ETAH: Livid over the situation of roads, citizens of a village and an city locality in Uttar Pradesh’s Etah Sadar constituency have warned of boycotting subsequent month’s meeting elections, with officers saying that they’re going to get to the bottom of their issues.

The Etah Sadar seat is represented by means of BJP’s Vipin Verma David and he has been once more fielded by means of the birthday celebration.

Polling for the seat will likely be hung on February 20 within the 3rd of the seven segment elections.

Citizens of Kulla Habibpur village, which has a inhabitants of one,000, staged a protest on Friday and raised slogans equivalent to “highway nahin toh vote nahin (no highway no vote)”.

When it rains, roads are flooded and it reasons a lot problem for villagers to hold out with their day-to-day actions, Parmod Kumar, an area, advised journalists.

Additionally, with huge potholes, a number of other people have met with injuries, he mentioned, including that citizens have complained to officers and public representatives a number of occasions however to no avail.

Both the village will boycott the polls or vote for the candidate who will get it repaired, Kumar mentioned.

On the Etah district headquarters, citizens of Kanshi Ram colony complained about waterlogging on roads and introduced that they’re going to boycott the polls if their drawback isn’t resolved In addition they held a protest with a banner saying their determination.

Sub-Divisional Justice of the Peace, Sadar, Shiv Kumar Singh mentioned citizens of Kashi Ram Colony had staged a protest over the issue of waterlogging and also are speaking about boycotting the election.

“I’ve despatched the tehsildar to appear into their drawback which will likely be resolved quickly,” the SDM mentioned, including that he has additionally come to understand concerning the complaint of citizens of Kulla Habibpur village as of late.

“The tehsildar and I will be able to get the topic investigated and can get to the bottom of the issue,” he added.

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