Manjakote: Road creation restarts amid heavy police deployment
After closing suspended for three years, authorities on Saturday resumed work on an avenue among Darren and Kathy all villages in Manjakote tehsil amid massive deployment of police as the humans “showcased intense resistance.”
As per to be had details, the development of a street between Darren to Kathyala villages became began four years in the past beneath the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojna. However, the development work becomes suspended after the people dwelling in one facet of the village demanded it to be built thru their area, while every other organization demanded the street to be constructed as in step with the authorized survey. Hence, the paintings were suspended and remained so for three years.
Officials told Greater Kashmir: “Authorities determined to head in advance with the development of avenue amid current disagreement. To prevent any untoward incident, a heavy deployment of police in addition to paramilitary employees was made on early Saturday morning in the area. Three government magistrates have also been deployed, after which work resumed.”
The officials brought, “Throughout the day, people from a specific part of the village attempted to face up to the execution of labor, which became triumph over by the deployed employees.”
On being contacted, deputy commissioner, Rajouri, Mohammad Aijaz Asad, stated that paintings on the street were suspended since the past three years, but the authorities managed to restart it on Saturday. “The work inside the stated portion will get completed inside the next few hours,” he delivered.
Meanwhile, a few locals, which includes Babu Hussain and Mohammad Sageer, among others, alleged harassment. “The authorities deployed a large number of employees and stressed us earlier than beginning the construction paintings,” they argued.