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Saturday, 6 February 2021

Dug up road in ambala not repaired

A road in front of House Number 342 to 170, Sector 1, Ambala City, is in utter state of neglect. The road was dug up, but not repaired, causing inconvenience to commuters and residents. Due to this, it has also become a threat to commuters for being accident prone. Authorities concerned should take a note of this and get the needful done immediately before is results into some mishap.

Ashok Kumar, Ambala City

Repair work victim to official apathy

AN internal road between House Numbers 262 to 492 in Sector 8 of Panchkula was dug up on January 31 to carry out some repairs. However, the affected portion was not expectedly restored back to its original position soon thereafter. The situation worsened after light showers on Thursday which caused a lot of much avoidable inconvenience to the commuters, residents and mainly the pedestrians. The authorities concerned must loof into the problem and get the needful done immediately. SK Gupta, Panchkula

Bike ambulance service needed

IT is observed that public is reluctant to transport road accident victims to the hospitals due to the fear of undue harassment by the police. The MC should start bike ambulance service at accident-prone spots and strategic sectors of the city, to ferry injured patients to the hospitals to prevent mortality due to delayed medical treatment.

Ramit Ritu Bagga, Panchkula

JUNK vehicles clutter road

THE scrap dealers in Kaithal have turned a portion of berms of PWD Kaithal-Jind road into a trash market by dumping a large number of damaged vehicles on both sides of the road. This has been happening for the last couple of years but officials of the Public Works Department Buildings and Roads (PWD Bamp;R) have turned a blind eye to this situation. The residents are unable to understand as to why huge numbers of these vehicles have been allowed to be dumped on government land. The situation at ground level irks the residents and those entering Kaithal city from Jind side. Shockingly, the officials concerned have not initiated any action against those involved in this illegal act. The intervention of the district administration and senior officials of the PWD is immediately needed to address the problem.

Satish Seth, Kaithal

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