The absence of co-appointment among government specialists has slowed down the Dholahiti street development extend once more, convincing local people to battle with tidy and mud for more than recent years.
The Road Division Office (RDO), Lalitpur, had presented a letter to its Regional Directorate expressing that the workplace will never again assume the liability of the street. As per the authorities of RDO, the absence of co-operation from Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), Nepal Telecom and local people has been postponing the venture. “It is unrealistic for us to grow and develop the street as long as the power shafts and phone lines are not moved,” said Santosh Kumar Karna, Chief of RDO. According to the due date, the venture should be finished by the main week of July.
Two years back, when the effectively pitched streets of Dholahity were uncovered, very few had expected that it would require such a long investment to repair them.
Before all else, the venture was ended as local people protested the street development drive. There was an enormous disarray on whether the street ought to be broadened up to 17 or 21 meters. Barely any landowners who had fabricated their homes infringing upon the street were challenging the destruction of their homes. Afterward, the Town Development Committee (TDC) concluded that the street would be made 21 meters wide. The venture was quite recently taking energy when it was stopped again due to the Melamchi drinking water extend which began uncovering the street for laying funnels. The procedure took over a year.