Bihar: Bridge Worth 1 Crore 42 Lakh Washed Away Before Inauguration

The villagers allege that there was massive corruption during the construction of the bridge and that is why the bridge made was of poor quality.

Neel Raju Nalawade

September 18, 2020

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A newly built bridge in Goabari village in Bihar’s Kishanganj city was washed away due to rise in water levels of the Kankai river, even before its inauguration. According to the news reports, the construction of the bridge cost a whopping 1 crore 42 lakhs. After the incident, RJD ( Rashtriya Janata Dal) leader Tejashwi Yadav raised questions on Nitish government about the bridge. He even criticised Bihar CM Nitish Kumar for its mismanagement and corrupt practices when it comes to infrastructural projects.

Villagers allege that there has been massive corruption during the construction of the bridge and that is why the bridge made was of poor quality. Locals also state that the bridge eroded due to rapid water flow and in no time it just flowed along with the water currents.

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