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ATTSA Dekhari sub-branch protests for new bridge

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HT Correspondent

DEMOW, July 9: Under the patronage of the All Tea Tribes Students Association (ATTSA), Dekhari sub-branch, along with residents of Dekhari, Rangragia, Bezapathar, and Dhemechi, blocked Borphukan Road in Dekhari on Tuesday. The protest was staged demanding the construction of a new bridge.

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Currently, the only iron bridge on Borphukan Road in Dekhari is in a deteriorated state, causing inconvenience to travellers. Protesters highlighted that the bridge has been in disrepair for approximately 2 years, with no significant action taken by the concerned authorities. They criticised the local MLA for allegedly neglecting the issue.

The demonstrators urged the authorities to prioritise the construction of a new bridge urgently to improve connectivity and ensure safe passage for the community.

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