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Why road to Nalanda good, Gaya bad: Patna HC


PATNA: The Patna top courtroom on Friday expressed surprise over “tremendous distinction” in the quality of roads resulting in Nalanda and Gaya from the state capital.

A department bench of Justice Jyoti Saran and Justice Ashutosh Kumar made verbal remarks whilst listening to a PIL filed through Gaurav Kumar Singh. The courtroom noticed that whilst the road to Nalanda is so excellent that one can succeed in there from Patna in around two hours, but it takes a minimum of eight hours to succeed in Gaya in spite of the adaptation of hardly ever 20km in distance from the state capital. Incidentally, Nalanda is the home district of CM Nitish Kumar.


The PIL has been filed for the total infrastructural building of Gaya, including construction of sewage treatment plant (STP) for lowering top nitrate content material in water and right kind dealing with of waste as dumping particles was adversely affecting the water in river Falgu. Counsel Sumit Kumar Singh represented the petitioner.

Justice Saran rapped the state government whilst sharing his enjoy of travelling to Patna from Dhanbad by the use of Gaya. He remarked that it took around three hours to travel more than 200km to succeed in Gaya and 8 hours from there to Patna.

“Look at Patna-Gaya street and Patna-Nalanda street. Why there's the sort of distinction when your whole overseas vacationers come to Gaya, which is a heritage site. The street construction department (RCD) is in a hopeless situation,” Justice Saran remarked.

“If senior citizens travel on Patna-Gaya street with out seat belts, 90% of them will increase cervical issues,” he remarked.


Additional recommend normal Anjani Kumar tried to convince the courtroom that the situation was not that dangerous and a large number of building works were occurring for Gaya.


But the courtroom was not satisfied and passed order to make RCD and National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) respondents in the topic with direction to file detailed counter affidavits sooner than May 13 that what tasks and building works were occurring for improving street connectivity between Gaya and Patna by the use of Jehanabad.


Dealing different facets, the courtroom additionally directed water useful resource department (WRD) to finalize a expert and put up an in depth venture record for construction of weir on river Falgu near Vishnupad temple in Gaya for visitors to store water around the year. WRD can even have to put up affidavit along side RCD and NHAI on May 13.




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