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Balisankara block of Sundargarh district have got a PMGSY road after eight years’ struggle

Sundargarh:21/9/17;Over 1,400 villagers of three villages under Balisankara block of Sundargarh district have got a PMGSY road after eight years’ struggle.

The 7 km long road takes off from an all-weather road at Rouldega village onRD road to Kumdaphal village.

It was completed in April 2017. Particularly tribal groups likBhuyanKishan and Gonds are inhabitants of the villages.

Earlier there was a kucha road running from Rouldega to Kumdaphal.

About 923 people of Kumdaphal village, 113 people of Kadupani village and 421 people of Tikilipada village are using the all weather road for communication to Talsara, the main activity centre of the locality for educational, market andhealthcare facilities, and also to the Balisankara, about 7.5 km away, and Sundargarh, 35 km away.

After construction of this road, the socio-economic conditions of the villagers have been improving gradually enabling them to go to weekly market at Rouldega to sell their agricultural and forest products.

It has also benefited the students of primary schools such as Tikilipada ,Kadopani and Kumudaphal and high schools such as Rouldega and Talsara.

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