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Thursday, 22 October 2020

Gaping manholes in Defence Colony

In Sector D, Defence Colony,very close to residences of some very senior defence veterans, manholes are sharply jutting out of the ground, uncovered, unattended, in the midst of a dusty track - a sure invitation to accidents. Can the authorities please take note of it, and seek accountability from the contractor concerned. The authorities must get the roads restored as residents are inconvenienced.

Colonel RD Singh (retd), Ambala Cantt


Punish manufacturers of polythene bags

Last week, officials raided the premises of shopkeepers dealing in wholesale business of polythene bags of all sizes. A huge stock running into many quintals was found from a number of shops. It was confiscated and shopkeepers were duly fined. Instead of taking action against shopkeepers, the manufacturers of such bags should be arrested.

Ramesh Gupta, Narwana


Fix uniform timings for everyone

During the ongoing pandemic, there is no uniform timings for work in government and private offices. There is no schedule for lunch hours. Timings differ in departments, government hospitals, schools, banks, insurance companies, tehsils and many sectors.This has led to the harassment of the public. The government should step forward and fix timings and schedule for work in offices, schools, hospitals so that things gets easy for everyone.

Righav Sagar, Shahabad Markanda


When will new bus shelter become operational?

The MC, Panchkula, has razed all old local bus shelters in different sectors and replaced them with new "smart" design, as per the decision taken about two years ago. The same were to be equipped with electronic display boards to display the estimated time of the arrival of buses, space for ATM kiosks with security guard, water dispensers, CCTV cameras and small eatables counter. However, the new bus shelters are incomplete and only the civil work has been completed so far. Is there any hope for an early completion of the work? Are the authorities listening?

Ramit Bagga, Panchkula


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