Tunnel road project nipped in the bud!

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The proposal of a plan to construct a tunnel road in a main city submitted by a senior top team member has been rejected due to objections raised by another team member, they say.

The politico who raised objections to the tunnel road project had convinced a very high authority that if the proposed construction went ahead it could cause the collapse of a highly venerated place of religious worship located in the area. 

The politico, who proposed the tunnel road project though keenly disappointed over the initial setback is determined to go ahead with the project somehow, they say. 

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