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Residents Plant Banana Trees on Street

Written By Kepri Online on Wednesday, November 23, 2011 | 23:18

Lubuk Villagers, District of North Kundur, Karimun Regency, Riau Islands province to plant banana trees in the middle of the street as a protest because the street is badly damaged and not repaired by the local government.
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 Lubuk Village street severely damaged a two-kilometer, precisely at Tanjung Sari street.

Residents planted two banana trees in the middle of the road to trucks and heavy vehicles do not cross the road.

"Trucks and heavy vehicles passing the road adds to the damage," said resident Herdianto.

Damage to roads makes it difficult because transport access from the village faltered, especially for distribution plantation crops. During summer, conditions are not yet paved road was dusty and prone to respiratory tract infections.

Meanwhile, during the current rainy season, street are full of stagnant water holes, slippery and muddy.

"We are protesting because the government did not also repair the road. Whereas a request that the road is paved as soon we have to say some time ago," he said.

Condition of the main road which was heavily damaged villages forcing people to switch to other road mileage even further.

"Hopefully our aspirations be heard by the government so that the road is paved. The condition of the road is also prone to accidents because of slippery," he said. (Kepri Online)
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