Taragarh, People blocked the road for seven hours by keeping the dead body of a worker, who met with an accident on Parmanand-Taragarh link road. At the time, fierce anger was done by the people against the administration. Due to this, people sat on protest on road against the administration from 9 am to 4 pm. MLA arrived at the spot and assured the protesters for the investigation to be done. Also, promised to get the compensation of 2-3 lakhs from his pocket to the crusher industry, after the protest ended.
On Saturday, a 30-year-old Vipin resident of Taragarh-Begowal died on the spot due to the tipper’s site. The decease was a lineman in Powercom. Demonstrators Manohar Lal Bhau, Heera Lal, Kaka Ram, Purna Chand, Vinod Kumar, Kapil Mahajan, Shashi Kumar said that the deputy commissioner directed strictly restriction on sand-gravel-filled truck trolls from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm issued. But in connivance with the local police administration, these trucks are seen running during the day as well as a night on the damaged roads. Currently, this major route can not bear these overloaded vehicles. There have been seen many pits in the middle of the roads. He warned the district administration that, they will be sitting on this road in the same way until these trucks get rescheduled. Naib Tehsildar Sukhvidra Singh, DSP Ravidra Ruby, DSP Paramveetar Singh, ASAP Aditya, and Taragarh police station in-charge Surendra Pal Singh reached the spot and tried to convince the people. He assured that the orders of the district administration would be strictly adhered to. Angry people said that till the MLA Jogidar Pal does not come and give assurance to them, their anger will continue.
Source: Dainik Bhaskar
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