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Friday, 25 May 2018 15:19

Fyzabad Villagers Have Paved Their Road Rather Than Protest

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Villagers of Siewlal Trace, Fyzabad have paved the road they use, for themselves, rather than protest.

They say the road belongs to Petrotrin but the company had not done repairs in a long time and the roadway was beginning to deteriorate.

With the help of their member of parliament the initiative took on a life of its own and now the villagers have a serviceable piece of infrastructure proudly built with their own hands.

Marie-Therese Bernard has this report.

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