Rishikesh-Karnprayag rail line threatens Mardara village

If you want to know who is called to live in the shadow of fear, then come to the Mardara village of Rudraprayag.

Rishikesh-Karnprayag rail line threatens Mardara village

Rishikesh-Karnprayag rail line threatens Mardara village, cracks on houses Problems will increase in future.

If you want to know who is called to live in the shadow of fear, then come to the Mardara village of Rudraprayag. Where the work of construction of the Rishikesh-Karnprayag railway line has become a cause of panic for the people. Here cracks have started appearing in the houses and courtyards. The villagers are starting to fear the untoward incident. He demanded the administration and the Railway Board inspect the area. Let us inform you that the construction work of the Rishikesh-Karnprayag rail project is progressing rapidly in the state. These days the construction work of a rail project from Sumerpur to Gauchar is going on, but the people of the villages under which the tunnel is being built have lost their peace. There are cracks in people's homes, people are unable to sleep through the night due to fear. The same is the case in Mardara village. There are cracks in many houses here, due to which some accidents may happen in the future.

Villagers say that apart from Mardara, people are also upset due to railway work in Gholtir. Tunnel work has not even started yet, and many houses are on the verge of collapse. Problems will increase in the future. If an accident occurs, there may be loss of life and property. There are continuous explosions for the construction of railway lines, due to which the earth is vibrating. Due to the construction work going on day and night, the education of school children is also getting affected. The villagers demanded the administration to displace them to some other place. At the same time, DM Manuj Goyal said that on the complaint of the villagers, the Deputy District Magistrate has been instructed to conduct an investigation with the geological team. Further action will be taken based on its report.