Road closed for unmanned railway crossing; villagers angry

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Putting safety as its top priority, Railways warn staff from committing errors- The New Indian Express

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Mysuru, September 14:- Residents of Kodi Narasipura in Nanjangudu taluk are objecting to the railway division’s transfer to shut the principle street to construct unmanned railway crossing.

Chamarajanagar – Mysuru railway line goes throughout this small village with 50 Dalit households. Villagers are upset by the railway resolution to shut the principle street with speedy impact. They warned of intense protests if the principle street is closed. They stated that the villagers must journey three km extra as a substitute of 0.7 km to succeed in Chamarajanagar if the principle street is closed.

The village has solely decrease main college. Students need to go to Mahadeva Nagar for additional research. Closure of the principle street may even have an effect on farming. Kantharaj, Swamy, Ok M Ramu of the village warned of boycotting the Lok Sabha elections if the principle street is closed.

“Due to the negligence of the officials of the railway department, the village has not been sanctioned railway gate. The officials have prepared three railway gates where no vehicles go,” one of many villagers stated.

According to the railway division survey, Mahila Vidyapeetha gate has a commute of 264 autos, Golur gate has 48 autos. Whereas the village foremost street which doesn’t have a gate has 2,742 autos. Villagers have requested the railway division to arrange gates as a substitute of closing the principle street. (MR/KS).

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