STATE TIMES NEWS SAMBA: Bain Nallah originates from Shivalik Hills of District Samba and flows through villages Odh, Gungad, Ratwana, Patyari, Nichla, Dasien, Gazithangar, Solah, Surara, Rattanpur, Knah, Barla, Brah, Krarki and Samthyal of District Samba before entering in the plains of border area. It separates the Districts Kathua and Samba of Jammu and Kashmir UT. Dozens of stone crushers have been allowed by the government in this Nallah from its length and width for mining and it is livelihood for hundreds of firms and enterprises but it is only curse for the people of aforementioned villages. People from Kathua District living on the eastern bank of the Nallah have to cross this 200-300 meters span to meet people of Samba district on western bank. Taking into account this difficulty, the residents of village Nichula and adjoining areas of District Samba have demanded construction of Bridge over Bain Nallah which has become inescapable necessity. The villagers said that construction of this bridge will benefit over 20,000 people. “Residents of villages of District Samba such as Mayan Knah, Loukhali, Badoli, Said, Nouni, Chelakh West have to cross the Nallah to get Education and Medical facilities as the Primary Health Centre and Govt. High School Nichla situated at Village Nichla of District Samba. It is important to state that the employees working in PHC Nichla, Sub Center Surara, Sub Center Odh, Animal Husbandry Surara, Sheep husbandry Surara, HS Nichla, HS Surara, HS Said, MS Odh, MS Rattanpur, MS Badoli and many other Primary Schools face various problems during rains to reach their respective offices due to this Nallah” they maintained.
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