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Another bridge collapses in Bihar, 1.5 crore bridge under construction in Motihari, third incident in a week.

Nita Yadav

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A bridge under construction collapsed in Motihari

The process of bridge collapse is going on in Bihar. After Araria and Siwan, now the bridge has collapsed in Motihari. An under-construction bridge has collapsed in Ghorsahan, Motihari. The bridge was still under construction. This bridge was being built at a cost of around 1.5 crore rupees. The casting of this bridge was done. The bridge was being constructed on the road from Amwa to Chainpur station. A bridge built at a cost of Rs 12 crore over the Bakra river in Araria collapsed on June 18. On June 22, a bridge over the Gandak Canal in Siwan collapsed.

An area of ​​about 40 feet is being said to build this bridge. According to people, the casting for the bridge was being done in the dark of night. The bridge collapsed around 12 pm. Villagers alleged that the bridge collapsed due to improper matching of cement and sand and weakness of the centering pipe installed for casting.

A young man on a motorcycle jumped off the bridge

Due to the continuous collapse of bridges in the state, many questions are being raised in the minds of the people whether this bridge is being built under the pretext or actually the bridge is being built for the convenience of the people. Because one bridge after another collapse is not a common thing. Earlier, two bridges in Araria and Siwan also collapsed recently. The relief is that no one was present on the bridge when it collapsed. Due to which there is no news of any major tragedy.

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The villagers alleged that the bridge was constructed due to carelessness, which led to its collapse, while the clerk of the company that built the bridge said that a youth came on a motorcycle and moved one of his legs, which caused the bridge to collapse. fell down With the construction of the bridge, people hoped that they would soon be able to travel, but now that hope was dashed for a little while longer.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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