The rarest pattern of corruption: Bridge built at a cost of millions swept into the river before the inauguration
In Madhya Pradesh, a bridge built at a cost of crores of rupees was washed away in Seoni district. As per the information received, a bridge constructed at a cost of crores of rupees on the Vanganga river in Sunwara village of Seoni has been washed away in water.
A rare pattern of corruption was seen in Seoni district of Madhya Pradesh. The bridge, built at a cost of crores, washed away the river before the inauguration.
In Madhya Pradesh, a bridge constructed at a cost of crores of rupees on the Vanganga river in Sunwara village of Seoni district has been washed away amidst heavy rains. Surprisingly, the bridge started about a month ago. It was not yet formally inaugurated. People started using it before the inauguration. A video of the broken bridge has also surfaced. Where the river is also seen to be broken amidst the increased water level.
According to the documents, the bridge was constructed at Rs 3 crore 7 lakh. The construction of the bridge commenced on 1st September 2018. The date of completion of construction was fixed on 30th August.
The bridge had already been constructed and the villagers have been using it for about a month, but before it was inaugurated. On the night of 29-30, the bridge took a watershed, while collector Rahul Haridas said that we have ordered an inquiry, whoever is guilty will take action against him.
It is noteworthy that the bridge belongs to the Keolari Assembly of Seoni. Now, it is to see what action is taken by the administration on the bridge construction agency. At present, the area has been lost, making it difficult for people to arrive.
The bridge over the Vanganga river connects Sunwara and Bhimgarh village. In Madhya Pradesh, incessant rains have now become a disaster. Several rivers in the state are in spate due to heavy rains in the state. The gates of almost all the dams in the state have been opened. Cm Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that more than 394 villages in 9 districts of the state have been flooded. More than 7,000 people trapped in the flood rescue were shifted to safer places. The CM said that a large number of relief camps have been set up for flood relief where all necessary arrangements have been made for stay, food, medicines etc.