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Civil Society to Protest Against Government’s Failure to Construct Bridges


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Muzaffarabad, June 9, 2023 (Azadi Times): Civil society in Khulana Valley, Azad Kashmir, has announced a protest against the government’s failure to construct bridges on the rain drains in the area.

The protest is scheduled to take place on June 15 in front of the Prime Minister’s Secretariat in Muzaffarabad.

The civil society members say that the government had promised to construct the bridges within a specified time period, but the deadline has passed and no progress has been made.

They say that the lack of bridges has caused a number of problems for the people of the area, including the risk of drowning.

In the past, several people have died after being washed away in the rain drains.

The civil society members say that they are tired of waiting for the government to act and that they are now taking matters into their own hands.

They say that they will continue to protest until the government fulfills its promise to construct the bridges.

The government has not yet commented on the protest.

The protest is the latest in a series of protests against the government in Azad Kashmir.

In recent months, there have been protests against the government’s handling of the economy, the education system, and the healthcare system.

The protests are a sign of the growing frustration of the people of Azad Kashmir with the government.

The government will need to take steps to address the concerns of the people if it wants to avoid further protests.

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