BULL TRAPPED IN DRAIN Bikaner
BULL TRAPPED IN DRAIN
HERE IS ONE MORE CASE OF GOVERNMENT NEGLIGENCE
Bikaner. Last night a bull got trapped in a small drain in Bikaner city. Hearing the sound of the bull, it got attention when people heard him creaming, a JCB was sent to the district administration on its registration. JCB and the people took the bull out of the drain on their own level. According to the information received, a bull fell into a small drain in Sadul Colony of the city at around 10 pm. The drain was covered with garbage and the bull fell into the drain while hitting it. The bull got stuck in the drain. Hearing his voice, the attention of the colonists went to him. Councilor and social worker Adarsh Sharma reached thereafter knowing about this. When no help came from the police and administration, he said to the district collector. A JCB was sent to it, but no further help came. On this, people arranged lights and rope at their own level. With great difficulty, the bull was tied with a rope and pulled out of the drain. Councilor Adarsh Sharma said that due to the negligence of the corporation, many rivulets have opened in the city. There is garbage in them and there is no cleanliness. Corporation has been given cleaning contracts worth crores of rupees but due to lack of monitoring, cleanliness has not been done. There have been cases of cattle falling in open drains many times before, but no improvement has been taken. Corporation officials were called when the bull fell, but no one picked up the phone.
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