The absence of this road has been giving a hard time to the residents who need to commute to other parts of the city for business or other purposes, according to Bagadi. Making sure that the constructed road isn’t broken for laying sewers, Bagadi said that all the sewer and water line works have been finished before the construction of the road began.
"I am very happy that at last we will have a proper road and long awaited dream of people will be fulfilled after so many efforts of locals," Bagadi said. He added that praise equally goes to each and every person and residents of Laxman Vihar who did not give up till their dreams were fulfilled.
The construction of this road will help about 4000 local residents and daily commuters because this road connects the area with railway station from sector 4 passing through Shani Mandir which generally sees massive rush of travellers.
In monsoon season, the road would become a cesspool as water would get collected in big holes present all along it. "Only after protests, Commissioner Rajiv Sharma came to inspect the road and promised to build it on priority basis but the work kept delaying since 2008," councillor added.
Expressing his gratitude to the local people, councillor promised that development will keep happening in Laxman Vihar and other areas of ward 10. "Becoming a councilor wasn’t my aim but it was under development of the area that brought me into this field. Development of the area is my goal,” Bagati said.
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