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Electric Office Closed On Sunday
This is in front of the Ramakrishna slum school.
Palaspanga-Bamebari road which is under Keonjhar infrastructure Development Corporation is going to become unsafe day by day . More than 100 humps constructed at various places of this road. The iron ore pellets transported to several factories and railway sidings are spreading over the road near those humps and causes accident. Most of the tipper drivers drives without heavy driving license. Bikers on that road fear to journey. Public demand for safe transportation of iron ore pellet.
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