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Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Gurugram road in bad shape

The road leading to Sector 53-54 crossing from Sector 69, Gurugram, is in bad shape. The route poses serious risks to lives of commuters and also due to plying of vehicles on this damaged road, the life of tyres and vehicle is also badly affected. The authorities must look into the issue immediately and get the needful done before it results into mishaps.

Subhash C Taneja, Gurugram

Social distancing goes for a toss at private clinics

Ignoring Covid protocols, clinics of most of the doctors doing private practice remain overcrowded. The police simply issues challan to people for not wearing masks on roads, but no attention is being paid towards such clinics. The practice of social distancing is seen nowhere at these clinics and also there are no arrangement of hand sanitisers. The doctors themselves and the authorities too must ensure that Covid protocols are followed strictly everywhere.

Ramesh Gupta, Narwana

Cybercrime increasing at worrisome pace

Cybercrime is increasing at a worrisome pace in the state. Many people get cheated by these fraudsters on social media as they hack their Facebook and WhatsApp accounts. Incidents of bank frauds by withdrawal of money from the bank accounts are also common these days. The government should look into the issue and take some concrete steps to curb such crimes.

Shakti Singh, Karnal

Karnal residents await open-air gyms

I would like to highlight the issue that the residents of Sector 4, Karnal, have been waiting for open-air gyms for the past four years. Despite several assurances by the Karnal Municipal Corporation authorities, the HSVP and the district administration nothing has been done so far. The residents had also raised the issue before Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, but to no avail. In the absence of open-air gyms people don't have any place to exercise. We request the authorities to provide the facility here as soon as possible . Sukhbir Tyagi, Karnal

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