A Twitter Abhiyan Against The Widening of NH 169 From Kulashekar to Moodbidri: This is The Reason

A Twitter Abhiyan Against The Widening of NH 169 From Kulashekar to Moodbidri: This is The Reason

November 25: Residents of 17 villages in Mangalore and Moodbidri taluks who are likely to lose their land due to the widening of NH 169 from Kulashekar to Moodbidri have decided to launch the campaign on Twitter to highlight the discrepancies in the alignment of road.
The twitter campaign is led by Bhoomalikarugala Horata Samithi and aims to reach out to the Prime Minister.
Samiti President Mariamma Thomas said NHAI had issued a gazette notification under National Highway Act Section 3 (1) A on October 26, 2018 to acquire land for the road. Under the Act, the final notification should have been issued on October 25, 2019. But the authorities had failed to issue notification within the stipulated time. The highway alignment was carried out to benefit the rich and the influential. She has urged the NHAI to conduct a fresh survey.
Samiti Convener Prakash Chandra said objections filed by the residents were ignored and several schools, temples, churches and many prominent structures face the threat of demolition.
Villages that will be affected in Mangaluru taluk are Addoor, Bagadulipadi, Badagaedapadavu, Kandavara, Muluru, Padavu, Thenkulipadi, Thenkaedapadavu, Thiruvail and Badagamijar, Beluvai, Marpady, Padumarnadu, Puthige, Thenkamijar and Thodar in Moodbidri taluk.

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