Hamirpur: The initiative taken by Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti to build a bypass in the town of Sumerpur is now beginning to see color. In the letter issued by Union Surface Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on June 6, the by-pass proposal appears to be clear that the initiative of the traders is on the way to success. But some people also say that Sumerpur bypass will not pass through the bypass as before in a long journey of 5 years.
Significantly, since 1 decade ago there has been a demand for bypass in the town Sumerpur. The need for a bypass arises because the National Highway is out of the middle of the town. After the construction of two-lane, the National Highways Authority had declared its right on both sides of the road. The businessmen were frightened after seeing him. Because the situation of sabotage was visible in hundreds of shops built on both sides of the road. Former MP Rajnarayan Budhaulia attempted to build a bypass. The bypass was also approved, but due to difficulties, it was later canceled by the central government.
The merchant class was greatly shocked by this action. After this demand has been continuously increasing. Last year, when the discussion of becoming two lane to four lane was emphasized. A dharna was also performed in the town for this. Meanwhile, on the arrival of Sumerpur, the chairman of the National Board of Trade Board, former MP Shyam Bihari Mishra, the state organization minister of Bipar division Krishna Kumar Gupta Ramu had asked for a bypass before him, he had called Lucknow by taking a file related to the bypass and in front of the Chief Minister The problem was that if bypass construction is done in Sumerpur town, then the traders will suffer a lot of loss. Because whenever the fourlane road will be built, the merchant of the town which is situated on both sides of the road will be ruined, homeless.
The Chief Minister had assured cooperation. After this Ramu Gupta went to Delhi with some people of interest and met the MP. Through Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti, she conveyed this problem to Union Surface Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, the answer came from there that details in this regard have been sought through the department, it will be considered sympathetically. On June 6, the Union Minister has written a letter to Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti that the National Highway 34 from Kanpur to Kabrai is two-lane. It has a contract with PNC by 2025. The work plan for the widening of the road i.e. four lane road is in progress. In which a bypass is also proposed in Sumerpur. After the land is acquired, it will be constructed only when the contract period is over. It is clear from this letter that bypass is proposed in Sumerpur. After 2025, when the number of fourlane will come, then pass by pass