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Tuesday, 14 July 2020

Stop urination in the open

Is a civic issue bothering you? Are you agitated over the lack of concern? Is there something heartening that you feel needs to be highlighted? Or a picture which in your opinion ought to be seen by many, and not just you?

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Stop urination in the open

The other day, I saw a man urinating in the open against the boundary wall of a rest house near Indira Chowk. The Covid precautions board stands tall by its side. We have to discourage such lack of civic sense and unhygienic actions by people. There is a need for greater public awareness. At the same time, the MC must also provide more public toilets, and ensure their regular cleaning. ndash; Colonel R D Singh (retd), Defence colony, Ambala Cantt

First monsoon rainfall exposes preparedness

The first monsoon rain on Friday and Saturday exposed the callousness of the departments concerned. The drainage system collapsed, all main roads remained flooded for hours in Kaithal Town, which is the district headquarters. The choked drainage system and symbolic desilting of main nullahs along main roads constructed for crores of rupees have aggravated the problem of residents who face great inconvenience while moving on waterlogged roads. The flood preparedness of the government departments stands exposed. ndash; Satish Seth, Kaithal

NH-44 in pathetic condition

I am a senior citizen and commute from Gurugram to Karnal. The pathetic condition of the highway between Delhi and Panipat is very annoying and painful. I would like to know

what is the new target for the completion of the highway. We are paying heavy toll charges

for the road, which is neither ready nor useful. ndash; P Dhawan, Gurugram

from The Tribune

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