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Suggestions invited for improving roads

Staff Correspondent


‘Children have expressed their views through paintings’


BIDAR: Superintendent of Police A. Subramanyeswara Rao on Monday asked residents of Bidar to come up with views on improvement of roads for inclusion in a report on the subject.

Addressing a gathering at the valedictory function of the 19th Road Safety week here, he said that the report would be prepared in association with the Department of Civil Engineering at the Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College. “Exams at the Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College have come in the way for early preparation of the report. Still some more time is left,” he said. Mr. Rao said that children had already expressed their views through their paintings at a competition held in this connection. “Now elders should come up with their views. ,” he said. Mr. Rao distributed prizes to winners of the painting competition.

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