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Wednesday, 18 November 2020

Waste disposal system INefficient

Cycling on the Kallarherindash;Panjokhara Sahib road has become a nightmare due to heaps of garbage all along the stretch. One can also see some broken street light poles fallen on the road. We should imbibe civic sense and not throw garbage in open. The authorities concerned should place garbage bins and ensure that they are cleaned regularly. Garbage dumps can be removed only if we have an efficient system of waste collection and disposal. As responsible citizens, we need to help the authorities in keeping our city clean. — Col RD Singh (retd), Ambala Cantonment

A salute to Docs, cops' spirit

Believing in the adage 'Duty before self', this year too, firefighters, police personnel and doctors spent Diwali away from their families, ensuring that others can celebrate the festival with their loved ones safely. They stay alert always and are ready to extend their service in case of any mishap. We should thank them always. — Vidya Sagar Garg, Panchkula

Illegal hoardings mar Pkl beauty

Illegal hoardings, banners and advertisement boards can be seen at all prominent roundabouts in Panchkula. Though the High Court of Punjab and Haryana have directed the authorities to address the issue, no action has been taken against the violators. Besides diminishing the beauty of the city, the hoardings also hinder smooth movement of traffic. — Gopal Mittal, Panchkula

Need scientific solution to stubble burning

We have seen scientific progress in almost every field but no solution has been devised to control the menace of stubble burning. The government propagates 'Don't burn stubble' but farmers do not know the right way to tackle the problem. Scientists should conduct experiments and come up with solutions to resolve this issue of stubble burning. — Minaksh Prasher, Naraingarh

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