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GMDA urged to widen byelane

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, July 12 - The residents of the first byelane to the east beyond Gauhati Commerce College on RG Baruah Road here have appealed to the Guwahati Metropolitican Development Authority (GMDA) to take immediate steps to enlarge the narrow bottleneck portion of the byelane near the entrance that has been encroached upon by a household by constructing a shop.

The residents, near the Bhaskar Vidyapeeth HS School, in a press release, while urging upon the GMDA chairman Dhiren Baurah to personally visit the place and inspect the road, said that though the shop has recently been shifted to a new spacious building inside the household, the encorached portion has not yet been dismantled thereby causing great hardship for pedestrians and all sorts of vehicles.

The release further said that though the byelane was originally wide enough for two cars to cross, the narrow portion is such that only one car can pass through it.

Moreover, a pit on the side of the drain near the narrow portion has been a nuisance for vehicels since long as new drivers frequently fall into the pit causing inconvenience to other cars and pedestrians, the residents alleged.

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GMDA urged to widen byelane

GUWAHATI, July 12 - The residents of the first byelane to the east beyond Gauhati Commerce College on RG Baruah Road here have appealed to the Guwahati Metropolitican Development Authority (GMDA) to take immediate steps to enlarge the narrow bottleneck portion of the byelane near the entrance that has been encroached upon by a household by constructing a shop.

The residents, near the Bhaskar Vidyapeeth HS School, in a press release, while urging upon the GMDA chairman Dhiren Baurah to personally visit the place and inspect the road, said that though the shop has recently been shifted to a new spacious building inside the household, the encorached portion has not yet been dismantled thereby causing great hardship for pedestrians and all sorts of vehicles.

The release further said that though the byelane was originally wide enough for two cars to cross, the narrow portion is such that only one car can pass through it.

Moreover, a pit on the side of the drain near the narrow portion has been a nuisance for vehicels since long as new drivers frequently fall into the pit causing inconvenience to other cars and pedestrians, the residents alleged.