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Bad condition of Valley roads, Highway concerns HC

By Rashid Paul

Hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL), a division bench of the court directed the Chief Engineer to be present before the court on the next date of hearing to explain the condition of the roads in Kashmir, and the steps being taken to make them traffic worthy.

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