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NGO seeks carpeting of Shiv Dham Mandir Road

NGO seeks carpeting of Shiv Dham Mandir Road

The Shiv Dham Mandir road in a poor condition. Tribune Photo



Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, February 10

Members of an NGO, along with former members of the Ludhiana West Sub-division Grievances Redressal Committee, have written to the Chief Minister and the Local Bodies Minister, demanding the carpeting of a road that connects Hambran-Ladhowal Road and Shiv Dham Mandir in Bagga Kalan village, Ludhiana. The road also provides access to an old age home and orphanage run by the NGO. At present, the road is in a dilapidated condition.

Rajeev Arora, president of Helping Hands Club, an NGO, stated that they have requested the CM and the Local Bodies Minister to take necessary measures to get the road carpeted. He emphasised that the road leads to Shiv Dham Mandir and the old age home and orphanage, and carpeting it would be beneficial for the public.

Satish Thaman, a former member of a grievances redressal committee, also highlighted the poor existing condition of the road. He stressed the urgent need to carpet the Shiv Dham Mandir Road in Bagga Kalan village. “It is difficult for senior citizens, especially people like me, to travel on this badly broken road. We appeal to the government to carpet this road as soon as possible,” he added.

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