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Saturday, 31 October 2020

No end to stray cattle menace

STRAY cattle, roaming in residential areas, markets and on main roads, cause a lot of inconvenience to the residents and commuters. Dairy farmers usually abandon the cattle which lose their milk producing capacity. Another prominent reason why cattle are left roaming on roads is that the business is becoming expensive. The government should come up with some policies to aid dairy farmers besides, gaushalas should be constructed in every village under the supervision of panchayats and municipalities in cities and arrangements should be made to keep stray animals in them at the earliest.— Shakti Singh, Karnal

Sale of banned crackers on in Narwana

THE Supreme Court had banned the burning of fire crackers in order to curb noise and air pollution during the festive season and only green fireworks are permitted. But, the shopkeepers in Narwana are supplying banned crackers from Rohtak and Delhi to nearby villages daily. On the event of Dasehra too, a lot of crackers were burnt in the region. The administration must keep a vigil on the movement of such illegal stocks, so that environmental pollution could be curbed. — Ramesh Gupta, Narwana

Newly laid road in bad shape

IT is a matter of grave concern that the main road leading to Tehsil Rania (Sirsa) at Rania Nathowala Mohlla Ward No. 1, which was constructed around seven to eight months ago, is in bad shape due to poor quality work. The road poses risk to the lives of commuters and is also causes inconvenience to the residents and thus should be repaired as soon as possible and the quality of the work should also be ensured by the concerned authorities. — Raj Rani, Rania

Need to check sale of spurious liquor

IT is shocking to learn that spurious liquor is being sold without any fear in Punjab and Haryana. The Punjab and Haryana High Court too had recently said spurious liquor is a health hazard and there was an urgent need to unearth racket. People who are involved in this racket must be exposed and the supply of spurious liquor must be stopped. There should be no compromise regarding this. — Subhash C Taneja, Gurugram

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