Report of Sorattura village of Gadag taluk of Gadag district
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Sorattur: heavy Rain but Travelers waiting in front of the tea shop, pan-shop for a bus without bus stand
The public has been hit with a bus stop for almost a year, causing commuters to clamor.
In the village of Soratur in Gadag taluk, a village with a population of over 15 thousand people, the bus station is an incomplete dilapidated condition.
The bus station, built around 40 to 45 years ago, is now completely dilapidated.
Traveling by bus has become a problem for the public due to the negligence of the concerned authorities
Schoolgirls, students, young children, elderly people, schoolgirls, small children, elderly children, children, elderly, schoolgirls The condition of patients going from treatment to illness is unspeakable.
It is a serious allegation of the people that there is a lack of space when discussing the matter with some representatives of the public.
Dr. B.R., a state award winner who treats paralysis mainly in the village. Patients from overseas seek treatment for Inamdar’s advice, which can be very distressing.
It is a hub for travel to surrounding villages, including the town of Shirahatti in Koodala, which is increasing day by day due to the lack of a bus station. The villagers have urged the concerned department officials to take immediate steps and facilitate the passengers before they leave.
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