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Saturday, 1 August 2020

Ambala sector in pitiable condition

These pictures pertain to Chhoti Market in Sector 9, Ambala City. When it rains, the water gets accumulated all around and begins to stink. The business has come to a standstill owing to the Covid pandemic, but in such a situation customers hesitate to come here. Therefore, it is causing losses to business due to the slack attitude of the administration. The reason for this pathetic condition is the "faulty laying" of drainage system and uneven land. I hope that the government will take cognisance. — Gian P Kansal, Ambala City

Salary not paid to teachers

Indeed it is very shocking to note that the teachers of Government General Midwifery School in Karnal have not been paid salary for the past five months. This is due to the lack of communication between the Directorate of Health Services and of Director of Medical Education and Research. This must be resolved at the earliest by the authorities concerned. Subhash C Taneja, Gurugram

Frequent power cuts in Narwana

Since a fortnight, it has been extremely hot here and the attitude of electricity employees during this time has been traumatic. There are frequent unannounced power cuts, and nobody picks up the phone in case of emergency. During nights, the voltage suddenly dips and all electrical gadgets stop working. People can't sleep properly .The power employees should be considerate towards the problems of the people. — Ramesh Gupta, Narwana

Waterlogged Kaithal roads

Following a spell of rain on Thursday morning, the roads in Kaithal city have been waterlogged. This is the fourth occasion in the current monsoon season that the poor drainage system has resulted in waterlogging of roads. Accumulated rain water has entered some low-lying colonies and some shops in markets. Despite repeated directives by Deputy Commissioner Sujan Singh to desilt drains and clean sewerage system, no serious efforts have been made by the departments concerned .The nullahs and drains along the roads and sewerage lines are lying choked . The administration should awaken and act. — Satish Seth, Kaithal

Mandi a bane for residents

The apple season has started and it is trouble time for residents of Sector 20, Panchkula as heavy trucks can be seen lining up on the road dividing Sector 20-21. This is a recurring problem and residents of Sector 20-21-Peer Mushalla go through this agony for three months every year. It also damages the road extensively. Almost 75 per cent of road space is taken up by the parked trucks. Not only this, drivers of these vehicles can be seen taking bath alongside the road. I would humbly request the administration to take necessary steps to relieve the residents of this ordeal. — Col KJ Singh (retd.), Panchkula

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