Vrindavan, 2017.01.21 (VT): Walking through the narrow lane leading to Cheer Ghat from Nidhivan has become nightmare for the residents of Vrindavan as well as visiting pilgrims. The road has been left open for the last two months, and there seems to be no sign of improvement.
A perfectly good road was dug up to lay a drinking water pipeline from Cheer Ghat to Patthar Pura two months ago. This lane is very important, as it connects Nidhivan, Shahji Mandir and Radha Raman Mandir with Cheer Ghat on the Vrindavan Parikrama Marg.
A complaint regarding the pathetic condition of the road has been sent to the District Magistrate of Mathura, in which area residents demanded the urgent attention of the authorities concerned. The angry residents have resolved to agitate if their demand is not given heed.
Shri Murli Sharma said, “The stagnant sewer water in the blocked drain can cause severe health hazards, apart from damaging the buildings.”
“It is a nightmare to commute through this road. It is difficult to drive or walk along the street as the road in an utter mess,” said Kishan Goswami, a resident of the locality.
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