Bolarum underpass depending on utter disregard for several years
Hyderabad: Will the Bolarum underpass see the light of the day? The expansion of the underpass has actually been pending for the previous numerous years as a result of numerous factors. Day- by-day the problem over there have relied on worst. Locals affirmed that the damaged and also rusted barriers near the stretch have actually come to be a risk to the passers-by as well as likewise can fall at any moment. According to the SCR authorities, the State government has not step forward to occupy this task.
Locals explained that an expansion of the underpass was recommended long back. It appears there is no quality on the jobs, as there has actually been no guarantee from theState government This stretch is among the busiest lanes, as it is attaching significant freeway Rajiv Rahadari( SH 1) and also it is fairly tough for suburbanites to drive right here and also the major factor is that the underpass is extremely slim and also as a result of this travelers taking a trip from this stretch is observing website traffic complexities daily.
“This lane has become a major chokepoint and also the rusted barricades near the underpass have become major concern for the commuters. These barricades have become old and also broken, anytime it can fall, major accident can occur anytime. It will be better if SCR along State government takes the steps to extent the underpass,” stated A Murali Krishna, functioning president of Federation ofNew Bolarum Colonies
“For past several years we have been facing hardships to drive from this stretch, as this lane is very narrow, especially during morning hours the complete lane is chocked. Many written representations were given to the concerned officials but all felt on deaf ears,” stated Raju Rao, homeowner ofBolarum
On the problem of privacy, elderly police officer, SCR, stated, “South Central Railways has already communicated to the State government that Railway is ready to do the extension of the underpass under 50-50 cost sharing but we have not received any reply from the State government yet.”