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Posted By WAQAS On Sunday, January 29th, 2012 With 1 Comment

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  1. Akram Sattar says:

    DANGALI BRIDGE?

    Do we want other nations to call our name in respect?
    DO we want the future generations to remember us with good words?
    Do we want to be prosperous and be taken as an example?

    If your answers to the above questions are yes then please do read on.
    Whenever there is a project carried out in a city, area, region or country, some people benefit from it and some people lose because of it. As long as the majority benefits, then the project is carried out. Institutions and the people who lose out because of it, the authorities duties are to make up for these losses and this is the position of Dadyal and Mirpur at the moment. Due to the building of the Dangali bridge, there are many benifits although if some steps are not taken in time, in the long term Dadyal and Mirpur will lose out, which will be un compensatable. Because of the new bridge people have changed their travelling route into Islamabad to going through Dadyal instead of going through Mirpur. People of Dadyal and surrounding areas could benifit from this golden opportunity at the moment structure of Ddyal is not capapble of accommodating this large flow of traffic and people. Remember this Dadyal will have to compete in the business field with the other side of the bridge, Kalar Saydha and other place which are on route to Islamabad, the people of Kalar Saydha and the rest of these places are aware of this and are working towards the gaining of this business and they are progressing. People of Dadyal and surrounding areas have the resources and should have taken these steps long before, but its still not too late. They should build new stores, no store should be less that 3000sq ft and ideally the stores should be between 3000 and 12000sq ft. These stores should be good quality and be made to a high standard and there should be some sort of attractions for families and facilities for car parking should be available. Obviously there is not enough space in the city for this criteria to be met, therefore attractions and shops will have to also be made outside of the city on the way to Dangali Bridge. The through road of Dadyal city is not capable of handling this large amount of traffic, where as if there is a bypass in planning which there ought to be, the city of Dadyal will lose out due to this bypass. To balance this out some sort of planning should be done to attract customers to Dadyal City. People who have resources and funds should think on this line, this will create jobs, revenue and good investment return, other areas of Kashmir could provide the skills needed while people of Dadyal and surrounding areas can provide the resources, instead of these people who are skilled in industries such as catering and retail and are working in Pakistan far flung areas, they should be able to work in their homeland. DONT LEAVE IT TOO LATE OPPERTUNITIES WILL BE GONE……