Residents of the Dhargal have expressed frustration over the unfulfilled promise of constructing a flyover made by the Chief Minister during a visit to the location last year. With a year gone since the commitment, no progress has been made on the proposed flyover, leading to mounting discontent among locals. In a strong stance, the locals have issued a warning, stating their intention to voice their dissatisfaction in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections if their demand for the flyover remains unmet. Additionally, they have contemplated a collective protest, potentially blocking Highway 66, citing the daily problems and accidents faced due to the absence of the promised infrastructure.
On Thursday, the sarpanch of Dhargal, accompanied by local residents, took to the streets to address the media, emphasizing the urgent necessity of the flyover. Their demand was clear: immediate action on the long-awaited construction project. They have given the government 10 days to begin the proceedings and in the meantime set up CCTV cameras on the road.
The absence of progress on this vital infrastructure has significantly impacted the area, prompting the community's proactive stance to bring attention to their plight.