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Friday, 23 October 2020

Sanitation workers burn collected garbage

The sanitary staff here have evolved a novel formula for the fast disposal of collected garbage. Not paying any heed to directions of senior officials some safai karamcharis burn collected garbage thus polluting the environment and posing risk to the health of residents. Some burn waste in garbage bins thus damaging bins. The council supervisory staff should bring such elements to book and take tough action against them.

Satish Seth, Kaithal

Follow pandemic SOPs this festive season

The festive season is here and the pandemic far from over. The government should ensure that every one follows all standard operating procedures (SOPs). The Health Department should also launch a drive to check adulteration of sweets and other food items. The MC should also start a sanitation drill to keep the city clean. Above all citizens should cooperate with the authorities.

Vidya Sagar Garg, Panchkula

Conduct raids at sweets manufacturing units

During the ongoing festival season, in almost all cities, the halwais work round-the-clock in makeshift workshops, employing extra work force for preparing sweets, under most unhygienic conditions. Last week, the CM flying squad raided a shop in Panchkula and confiscated spurious cheese valued over Rs 4 lakh brought from Narwana. Similarly, in a godown in Kaithal, paneer, khoya, rasgulas and gulab jamuns, weighing in quintals, was confiscated by the same team. This edible stuff, mixed with harmful colours, will be sold at sweets shops during Diwali. The government should carry out more such raids

Ramesh Gupta, Narwana

Replace conventional streetlights with LEDs

The UHBVNL should ponder about replacing 25,000 conventional street tube lights with LED ones throughout the city under the Smart City Project of the Central Government, which will have a number of features, including saving of energy, automatic functioning of streetlights and centralised system.

The amount thus saved on electricity bills can be used for various development works of the city.

Ramit Bagga, Panchkula

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