Poor roads have served as a source of frustration in many parts of the country, particularly in the rural areas. Diligent individuals have used a variety of unique methods of resistance over the ages to encourage authorities to pay attention to such public issues. In a novel move, a young woman from karnataka has pledged not to engage unless appropriate roads are built in her community.

Furthermore, her complaint has prompted the highest levels of the government to respond quickly. bindu, a 26-year-old schoolteacher, blames her village's single population on terrible roads in H Rampura, Davangere district. bindu listed the difficulties villages face due to bad road conditions in a letter to chief minister Basavaraj Bommai, requesting that road maintenance be undertaken as soon as possible.

"Our village lacks adequate internet access. It's still in the wrong direction. Many of us do not receive marriage proposals because foreigners believe that our children would not be able to receive schooling here owing to a lack of adequate roadways "Bindu remarked. The Chief Minister's office (CMO) has responded to Bindu's letter, promising that the situation will be rectified immediately. "We already have spent Rs 1-2 lakh on the road's improvement, but it is insufficient. For maligning the road, we'll need between Rs 50 lakh and Rs 1 crore. We've asked the government and the local mla to approve this sum "MR Siddappa said

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