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Tuesday, 21 July 2020

Stray animal menace continues in Kaithal

Despite claims by Chief Minister ML Khattar to curb stray animal menace, there is no change in the situation on the ground. These animals roam on the roads and bull fights are a common site in this town and adjoining villages. On many occasions, the animals sit in the middle of the busy roads posing risk to the lives of commuters. Many people have lost their lives or been injured in the road accidents due to the presence of the stray animals on the highways. The government has failed to tackle this problem despite repeated assurances. Satish Seth, Kaithal

Rewari DC's courtesy call appreciable

I was very much impressed with the timely action of Yashinder Singh, DC, Rewari, when he came to know that an owner of a house was harassing his tenant — a woman doctor, who became a Corona patient while serving patients. She was being compelled to leave the house and he disconnected her water supply, electricity and asked the milk vendor not to supply her milk. The DC visited her house and talked to her and called the owner and reprimanded him for his action. Later, the land owner felt sorry and assured the DC that it would not happen again. Of course, our doctors who have done a nice job while putting their lives at risk deserve all the respect.

Subhash C Taneja, Gurugram

Two-wheelers' theft on the rise

During the ongoing lockdown, motorcycle thieves have suddenly become active in Narwana. Only during the last fortnight, at least three motorcycles have been stolen in the broad daylight at different locations and the police are finding it difficult to trace them. In many cases, the motorcycles were properly locked, but still the thieves did their work without any fear. Will the authorities take steps to club such thefts.

Ramesh Gupta, Narwana

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