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Wednesday, 19 August 2020

Stray cattle menace rampant in Panchkula

The issue of stray cattle remains unresolved in Panchkula. Stray cattle pose risk to commuters in Sectors 24 to 28 and are a hurdle in traffic movement. Due to the cattle, there is filth all around the parks and roads. It's disheartening that after repeated requests through different mediums, the administration is looking the other way. Residents of these sectors request the Health Minister to look into the matter. — Kewal Krishan Singla, Panchkula

Follow Covid standard operating procedures

Panchkula witnessed four more fatalities due to Covid on Tuesday, taking the toll to eight here. Equally disturbing is the fact that its overall tally has now reached 1,224 owing to a big spurt in positive cases on a daily basis. However, the genesis there of could possibly be traced back to the lackadaisical and reckless attitude of the general masses. Residents are not following the standard operating procedures for Covid laid down by the government. The authorities concerned should not only urgently conduct surprise checks but suitably penalise those violating the rules. — SK Gupta, Panchkula

Bovines inconvenience commuters in Narwana

On Monday, I went to a factory on Patiala Road and I was surprised to see the large number of stray cattle sitting in the middle of the busy road. Despite honking, the bovines did not move, so out of desperation, some commuters reversed their vehicles and took another route. The administration should do something about it as they pose inconvenience to the commuters. — Ramesh Gupta, Narwana

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