PULWAMA — Residents of Bellow village in southern Kashmir’s Pulwama district are facing significant issues due to the absence of a proper drainage system, which they say has resulted in road damage and inconvenience.

According to locals, promises made by contractors during the macadamisation of the Pulwama-Rajpora road in 2021 have yet to materialize.

Despite assurances of a complete drainage system being integrated into the road construction, residents claim that no such system has been implemented. Now, with a cement pipe near the CRPF camp blocked, water has begun flowing onto the road, creating a stream-like effect that threatens to damage the road further.

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Expressing their concerns, villagers have called upon the relevant authorities to address the situation urgently and permanently. They stress the need for immediate action to prevent further road deterioration and alleviate the inconvenience caused by the lack of proper drainage infrastructure.

Local authorities have been urged to investigate the matter and ensure that the promised drainage system is promptly installed to mitigate the ongoing issues faced by residents.

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