Bhutan, India NH-127 becomes a commuter death trap

Bhutan, India NH-127 becomes a commuter death trap

Passar: National Highway-Connecting Passar and Bhutan Ngangram Road 127 India-Bhutan Road is filled with potholes in some parts of the road, and the journey through the national highway is dead.

According to locals, rain and overloaded Bhutanese truck traffic have damaged the entire road, threatening the lives of thousands of commuters here on the Jara-Shimura Road, Pasara.

Mrridul Talukdar, co-secretary of the Central Committee of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad (AJYCP), said: NHAI does not fill the gapped holes in NH-127. ”

He also said, “In India, there are no restrictions on Bhutanese trucks. On the road from NH-127 Pathsala to Nganglam, where many people are dying for high-speed trucks and dampers because they violate traffic rules. Road accidents occur frequently. Authorities in both countries need to investigate the problem. ”

Dimp Berman, a local youth in Pasara, said, “Whenever I travel from Pasara to the Jara-Simura road on NH-127, I face problems due to the dire conditions of the road. I have a problem with the Assam government. I urge you to investigate. ”

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