Jugal demands construction of road and overbridges in Vijaypur
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Jugal demands construction of road and overbridges in Vijaypur

Jugal Kishore Sharma, a member of parliament in BJP from Jammu Poonch, urged in the Lok Sabha in New Delhi that roads and overbridges be built at Gurha Salathia, Raaya Sucheni in Vijaypur.

Sharma called for the construction of a road and overbridges over the Railway Line Crossing at Gurha Salathia Raaya Sucheni in the Vijaypur constituency in the Lok Sabha in New Delhi, highlighting the issues that the residents of his Parliamentary constituency, particularly the Vijaypur Assembly constituency, were facing.

A member of parliament claimed that residents of the villages of Vijaypur, Gurha Salathia, Raaya Sucheni, Nagrota, Purmandal, Utterbehni, and surrounding areas face several difficulties and must wait for extended periods of time when trains are crossing railroad tracks. He said that more than 30 to 40 trains run on a regular basis, that there is no road or overpass, and that vehicles must wait in protracted lines. He added that these railway crossings are crucial because they link the holy pilgrimage sites of Purmandal and Utterbehni, both of which receive a lot of visitors.

Also read:
Chenab Railway Bridge headed for a golden joint
Road construction in J&K rises from 6.54 km to 20.6 km per day


Jugal Kishore Sharma, a member of parliament in BJP from Jammu Poonch, urged in the Lok Sabha in New Delhi that roads and overbridges be built at Gurha Salathia, Raaya Sucheni in Vijaypur. Sharma called for the construction of a road and overbridges over the Railway Line Crossing at Gurha Salathia Raaya Sucheni in the Vijaypur constituency in the Lok Sabha in New Delhi, highlighting the issues that the residents of his Parliamentary constituency, particularly the Vijaypur Assembly constituency, were facing. A member of parliament claimed that residents of the villages of Vijaypur, Gurha Salathia, Raaya Sucheni, Nagrota, Purmandal, Utterbehni, and surrounding areas face several difficulties and must wait for extended periods of time when trains are crossing railroad tracks. He said that more than 30 to 40 trains run on a regular basis, that there is no road or overpass, and that vehicles must wait in protracted lines. He added that these railway crossings are crucial because they link the holy pilgrimage sites of Purmandal and Utterbehni, both of which receive a lot of visitors. Also read: Chenab Railway Bridge headed for a golden jointRoad construction in J&K rises from 6.54 km to 20.6 km per day

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