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UP village threatens to boycott LS polls over demand for bridge

A villager, Pratap Singh, said since the village is located near the river, residents face problems in getting across.

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Published on 30 March 2019 5:12 AM GMT

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Muzaffarnagar: The residents of a village in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar district have threatened to boycott the upcoming Lok Sabha elections over the authorities not paying heed to their demand to construct a bridge over Solani river.

The decision was taken at a panchayat meeting in Yogender Nagar village.

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A villager, Pratap Singh, said since the village is located near the river, residents face problems in getting across.

These problems are aggravated during the monsoon season, he added.

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(PTI)

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