Ayodhya investors have accused the neighborhood management of going in advance with the road expansion paintings, dismissing their objections

Ayodhya investors have accused the neighborhood administration of going beforehand with the road expansion paintings, brushing off their objections.

Nearly one hundred twenty ‘prasad’ (sweet meat) shops, on the well-known Hanuman Garhi avenue, have already been demolished.

Families into candy meat commercial enterprise when you consider that generations had been rendered jobless due to the demolition and investors claimed that the neighborhood administration has long past ahead with the task without taking into consideration the problems faced through them.

The Ayodhya management officers, however, stated all the shopkeepers have been either compensated or might be allocated new shops.

The buyers nevertheless claim that they felt cheated.

“During the meeting ballot campaign, the CM Yogi Adityanath had promised to seek advice from us (traders) before rolling out the challenge. He gave this assurance at some point of his roadshow in Ayodhya, a day earlier than campaigning came to an stop here,” said Pradeep Gupta, a candy meat shopkeeper whose shop changed into demolished at Hanuman Garhi.

“After meeting ballot and BJP’s return to power, all promises have been forgotten,” introduced Gupta.

Trader leader Nand Lal Gupta, who has been raising traders’ issues, talked about that the country authorities did now not pay heed to any of our requests.

Tej Narain Pandey alias Pawan Pandey, former Samajwadi Party MLA from Ayodhya assembly seat, said: “The nation government took unilateral choice with out considering authentic troubles of buyers.”

“Those who were into sweet meat business for the last three generations have been rendered jobless,” he brought.

The Ayodhya management has promised to allot shops to traders at Tedhi Bazar and Kaushlesh Kunj in which new buying complexes are arising. But shopkeepers said the places had been a ways away from the temple and for this reason wrong for them.

“ Both the brand new locations, Tedhi Bazar and Kaushlesh Kunj, are far far from Hanuman Garhi. How are you able to assume anyone to sell ‘prasad’ from there?” stated Gyan Prakash, one of the buyers at Hanuman Garhi street.


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