Incomplete road construction in Mysuru ahead of Dasara

The city of Mysuru, Myanmar, is in a hurry to fill up potholes in the heart of Mysuru . The city's road asphalt work is still ongoing and not yet completed .

Mysuru, Myanmar: The Dasara festival is just three days away, but the city's road asphalt work is still ongoing and not yet completed.The remaining works will be completed before the celebrations begin, and they're in a hurry to fill up potholes in the heart of Mysuru, according to civic officials.They just hope the area does not receive rain, because otherwise the development would be erratic.On Monday, President Droupadi Murmu will open Dasara atop the Chamundi Hills.

Given the current state of the roads, the authorities concerned would be spared any unnecessary hassles.Following the recent torrential rains, the majority of the roads have become dangerous.Rainfall caused all road repairs to be postponed, and officials waited to begin operations because of the weather.There are no shortage of funds for the road work being undertaken ahead of the Dasara celebrations, and work orders have been issued.

Due to the digging of the road, the route has become a nightmare for motorists.We don't know how the work of laying pipe has been done, according to a trader.As Dasara approaches, the preparations are being completed in a hurry.We've been struggling for more than two weeks.

All work will be completed before the Dasara is inaugurated on Monday.The Devaraj Urs Road pipeline works are now almost complete, and the road is being levelled.Once the Dasara celebration is complete, PWD will completely asphalt the area, he said.