Residents of capital demand road repairs. Residents of sectors F-6 and G-7 have called on the relevant authorities to prioritize the rapid repair of damaged roads, which are generating traffic congestion and putting the public’s safety at risk.
According to residents, the majority of roads in various sectors of the capital city are in chaos because they have not been re-carpeted in many years, and driving on these decaying roads has proven to be a source of frustration for motorists. Mounds of mud and sand have gathered along the dug-up roads as a result of the recent torrent of rain, creating an unsafe driving condition.
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Traveling on roads in poor condition was not only time-consuming, but it also posed a hazard not just to automobiles but also to pedestrians. Sector F-6 and G-7 residents have called on the authorities to prioritize the rapid repair of damaged roads, which are not only generating traffic congestion but also putting the public’s safety at risk.
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With the recent downpour of rain, mounds of mud and sand have accumulated along the dug-up roads, creating a hazard. The answer to this problem will be found at the moment of necessity, and the residents are eager to have it resolved as soon as possible. As a result of this situation, their everyday routine is being disrupted. Roads need to be fixed, and the government must undertake this task on its own to ensure that the public is not inconvenienced. It is the responsibility of the government to address such issues, and if they are brought to their attention, they will be addressed. The effectiveness of government is measured in this manner.
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