Man in Odisha builds road in 30 years after MLA turns down request
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Man in Odisha builds road in 30 years after MLA turns down request

In the Nayagarh district of Odisha, a man named Harihar Behera constructed a road between his village Tulubi and the main road after the regional MLA had refused his request to build a road there.

The construction took place through the forest to improve the connectivity of the village to the main road.

According to the media reports, there was no action taking place for the last 30 years. The MLA had discarded Behera's request by telling him it is not possible to construct a road in the forest because of the rough terrain. Behera managed to build the road and started the construction. He alone developed it and proved the task was achievable.

Harihar and his brother began the work by clearing the trees in the forest and land, then building a 3 km stretch for the vehicles.

Behera revealed that their relatives would find it challenging to travel here because of the muddy pathway, and it was becoming very hard without a road.

Harihar spent nearly 30 years constructing the 3 km stretch and achieved glory among his people.

The government of Odisha recently also decided to upgrade the road into an all-weather road for easy travel during the harsh weather.

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In the Nayagarh district of Odisha, a man named Harihar Behera constructed a road between his village Tulubi and the main road after the regional MLA had refused his request to build a road there. The construction took place through the forest to improve the connectivity of the village to the main road. According to the media reports, there was no action taking place for the last 30 years. The MLA had discarded Behera's request by telling him it is not possible to construct a road in the forest because of the rough terrain. Behera managed to build the road and started the construction. He alone developed it and proved the task was achievable. Harihar and his brother began the work by clearing the trees in the forest and land, then building a 3 km stretch for the vehicles. Behera revealed that their relatives would find it challenging to travel here because of the muddy pathway, and it was becoming very hard without a road. Harihar spent nearly 30 years constructing the 3 km stretch and achieved glory among his people. The government of Odisha recently also decided to upgrade the road into an all-weather road for easy travel during the harsh weather. Image Source

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