Outdoing barriers, Hindus and Muslims from Jalaun district of Uttar Pradesh have joined hands to help local administration in relocating some religious structures which had held up building of a flyover for 14 long years.
In all, two temples, seven mazaars (tombs) and a mosque have been relocated, while a portion of a boundary wall of a dargah (the grave of a revered religious figure) was removed to facilitate construction of the flyover.
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Superintendent of Police, Jalaun, Dr Aravind Chaturvedi, told PTI Thursday, “On the Kanpur-Jhansi National Highway, the stretch between 242-km landmark and 244-km landmark is called Kalpi Khand. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) had to construct a 1.5 km long flyover for smooth movement of traffic”.