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Thursday, 23 July 2020

Poor drainage brings tohana to standstill

Every year rain leads to waterlogging in the key areas of the city such as on the premises of Civil Hospital and city bus stand and brings the city to a standstill. Vehicular movement comes to a halt as vehicles get stuck while wading through submerged roads. The risk of mishap increases manifold in such conditions. Waterlogged streets and drains become breeding spot for mosquitoes and insects, which increase the chances of spread of mosquito-borne diseases. Concerned authorities must look into the issue immediately and do the needful. Virender Tehri, tohana

Low-lying localities in narwana flooded after moderate rain

Low-lying localities such as Birbal Nagar in Narwana were flooded after moderate rain. The roads were engulfed by sewage water. Chances of spread of diseases among residents increases manifold due to this foul-smelling blackish water. Life comes to a standstill for the residents. Adding to the residents' woes, both, water and electricity supply also get disrupted. The administration is not paying any heed to the problems being faced by the people. Such conditions are not favourable for a healthy society to flourish, thus the concerned authorities must look into the issue and get the needful done, immediately. Ramesh Gupta, Narwana

Heavy toll fee charged

Heavy toll fee is being charged near Murthal food joints in the state even as the proposed 56.2-km road between Panipat and Delhi-Haryana-Kundli border still remains 'non-existent'. How can the toll fee be charged from the vehicles plying on a segment of the NH-44 (erstwhile NH-1) without any valid justification? The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways is requested to take a note of the issue. No toll fee should be charged till the project is accomplished.

SK Gupta,Panchkula

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