Woman took mausoleum in Agra: Stayed inside the ground for this reason

After 55 days of protesting the drain and road not being built, the 56-year-old farmer took samadhi with an 86-year-old woman on Monday. The Agra incident exemplifies how public outrage over construction projects grows. When the authorities learned of such an event during the commotion, they were alarmed. Tehsildar and CO Force, as well as others, raced to the scene. After the authorities explained themselves, both were freed.

Both persons have been removed from the samadhi, according to the Tehsildar. The drain's construction is set to begin on Tuesday. It may be remembered that farmer activist Savitri Chahar took a live samadhi over the same subject approximately a month ago. In reality, in the Vikas Nagar neighbourhood of Malpura police station, a case of resurrecting the tombs of two persons has resurfaced, requesting the building of a drain. For the past four years, the villagers have been pleading for the building of drains and potholes.

After repeated assurances that work would not be completed, locals were forced to sit on an indefinite dharna 55 days ago. The agitators began performing five days in a row, including mass shaving, a symbolic burial for MLA Hemlata Diwakar, and the thirteenth. After that, DM Prabhu Narayan Singh phoned him and told him he had 10 days to start working.

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