Nayan Sinha, wrote to PM in September last year, about how the absence of a crossing at the railway tracks between his locality and the school meant he and 200 other students had to take a longer route every morning.
Sinha said he has conveyed this to Nayan, and would soon write a reply to the Railways head office in Delhi, which would be forwarded to the Prime Minister."
"I never cross the railway tracks as my parents have asked me not to. But the alternate route is much longer, so I reach school late and get punished on most days. In September last year, without informing anyone, I posted the letter to the Prime Minister.
I wrote about how I have to walk extra to reach school," Nayan was quoted as saying in the daily's report.
Nayan further said that he had forgotten about the letter but few days ago a letter was received by them mentioning the application written to PM Modi.
Nayan's family says that if the bridge is constructed it would help not only the school children but will be a great help for the elderly.