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Thursday, 3 September 2020

Service roads not provided

THE National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has got fixed iron railings alongside roads, near the bus stand without providing service roads, leaving no space for movement of shopkeepers and customers. The shopkeepers are already facing a slump in business because of the lockdown and this has added to their woes. The NHAI should provide service roads soon so that shopkeepers can run their business smoothly. —Ramesh Gupta, Narwana

Toll for 'non-existent' road

IT is disturbing to observe that the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) officials never bother to monitor the poor quality of services rendered by the designated service providers vis-a-vis the ever rising toll fee charged by them from the vehicular traffic passing these 'compulsive' toll gates. To exemplify, the general road conditions between the Gharaunda toll plaza (near Karnal) and Panipat is in dire straits. Similarly, a massive toll fee is currently being charged for a 'non-existent' road between Panipat and Mukarba Chowk in Delhi on the NH-44. How could anyone be forced to bear the burden of a huge toll fee while making him traverse through this grossly ill-maintained road? The concerned authorities must look into the issue and do the needful. —SK Gupta, Panchkula

No end to stray cattle menace

THE number of stray cattle in the main market of Sector 9, Ambala City, and on another road linking the Sector to Inco Chowk, is increasing day by day. These are causing serious threat to commuters and a number of road accidents occur due to these animals. Sometimes these gather near the market on main road at night. Though the issue has been brought to the notice of the administration several times, no action has been taken. —Gian P Kansal, Ambala City

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