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Tuesday, 9 February 2021

Displaying flags for farmers' cause or self-use?

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Displaying flags for farmers' cause or self-use?

A large number of private vehicle owners have been prominently displaying flags, atop bonnets of their cars etc, in support of the ongoing farmers' agitation. Notably, such a development is not only confined to the state of Haryana and Punjab alone but even the UT of Chandigarh is also increasingly witnessing such a trend. Do the displaying of flags truly represents their genuine concern for the protesting farmers or these flags are being used merely for getting some easy and unhindered access on various state and national highways in the twin states and elsewhere too? Vinayak G, Panchkula

Officials cite Fund shortage for not laying street in Rohtak Colony

For more than two years residents of New Friends Colony near Tilyar Lake Rohtak have been requesting the administration to lay a street. The work on which was started after regular follow up with all officers, but left in between for want of funds. Anil Vij is the minister of the department as well as the chairman of the grievance committee, Rohtak. He must look into the issue at the earliest. Rakesh Harjai, Rohtak

Provide adequate parking space at Pipli CSD

The Canteen Stores Department, (CSD) Pipli, caters to the requirements of retired soldiers and serving soldiers of Kurukshetra district. With the passage of time, the number of users have increased manifold. Users come here on their private vehicles, bikes and cars but there is no adequate parking space. The CSD authorities, District Soldiers Welfare Boards and district administration should look into the issue and provide adequate parking space. Ravi Bhushan, Kurukshetra

Install complaint boxes in every Panchkula sector

The new MC councillors should contemplate installing idea-cum-complaint boxes in their respective wards for the convenience of residents. This will help in getting feedback or shortcomings from residents regarding pruning of trees, repairing road lanes, running special drives for cleanliness and creating awareness among public. This will help the MC in getting rid of all perennial problems plaguing the city. Ramit Ritu Bagga, Panchkula

from The Tribune

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