Bad roads irk Indra Nagar
Srinagar, Nov 13: Residents of Indra Nagar have appealed the concerned authorities to get their lanes macadamized as the same were in dilapidated condition for the past several years.
The pathetic condition of the roads has left the residents in a state of worry. While expressing their problems, the residents said, that the bad road condition play havoc with them especially during rainfalls.
“The road is in such a bad condition that rainfall leaves no way for us to walk on, as the whole road turns into heaps of mud,” Ghulam Muhammad, a resident said.
The locals said the dilapidated roads even make it accident prone. They appealed the Cantonment Board authorities to look into the matter.
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