Hyderabad: Gough Road, various other locations transform tortuous for travelers
Hyderabad: Once once more Gough Road, Harmony Crossroad as well as the whole stretch from Trimulgherry to RK Puram remain in the news, when it comes to the previous a number of years lanes in these locations are slim, packed with pits as well as do not have streetlights. People taking a trip in these lanes are encountering horrible experiences. They are compelled to await hrs in lengthy traffic.
Vexed with the concerns, a couple of netizens have actually increased their voice to highlight their difficulties. They asked for the Secunderabad Cantonment Board as well as the State government authorities to resolve these lengthy pending troubles.
They explain that not just the citizens of the SCB, yet likewise those from bordering GHMC locations, like Kapra, RK Puram, Yapral, Malkajgiri as well as Alwal are encountering difficulties to commute in the slim lanes. They are compelled to await hrs in lengthy traffic.
Robin, a social lobbyist stated,”The Gough Road is getting worse day-by-day. I have seen this road with the same width since my childhood. No government in the past or the present could do anything. This is getting on the nerves of every citizen. Even after giving several representations to the concerned officials no concrete measures are being taken”
Anil Rao, a local of SCB, mentioned, “A Strategic Road Development Project (SRDP) from Trimulgherry to ECIL was planned two years ago but no development has been taken place so far. As days are passing the stretch is lying in a pathetic condition. Also, the Local Military Authorities (LMA) without any notice impose restrictions on movements of civilians. We are vexed with facing hardships. It is high time the stretch is re-carpeted immediately.”
S Ravinder Babu, a local of SCB stated, “Due to road closures in SCB limits the locals are facing hardships. The remaining roads which are open to public, specially Gough Road, are in bad shape because of which many accidents have been reported. A complete lane has not been illuminated due to which the locals are having problems in travel in nights. Lack of coordination between the SCB and the GHMC has led to residents suffering. No officials are bothered about the plight of the locals. We have submitted many representations to concerned officials but all seem to have fallen on deaf ears.”