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Repairing the road near Samajajpur bridge is being done on war footing

Puri:22/6/17; With three days remaining for the world famous Rath Yatra, the task of repairing the road near Samajajpur bridge is being done on war footing. Soil from both side of the bridge washed away due to rain on Tuesday.

The road passing through Samajajpur village was also washed away due to rain causing inconvenience for the commuters.

However, the administration swung into action and repaired the road for the visitors. Now, there is no problem for plying of vehicles on the road, Puri Collector said adding he has apprised the matter to concerned department.

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