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Potholes on Shiradi Ghat Road would be filled by January 15

Mangalore: The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) authorities have been directed to replace all potholes on the Shiradi Ghat segment of the Mangaluru-Bengaluru National Highway by January 15, as stated by Dakshina Kannada deputy commissioner Ravi Kumar MR.

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The DC claims that the NHAI PWD, local gram panchayats, the forest department, KPTCL, and other authorities recently had a conversation about this, which was followed by the order that was given to the officials for quickening the stretch’s potholes that were constantly irritating the drivers.

“Work on clearing trees and electricity poles should begin as soon as possible to allow free movement of traffic. In fact, the NHAI was asked to complete filling potholes by December 20, in the wake of the International Bharat Scouts and Guides Cultural Jamboree to be held at Moodbidri from December 21,” he said.

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