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Thursday, 18 February 2021

Herbal park in bad shape

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Herbal park in bad shape

MANDHORE village, 5km away from Ambala City, is in the jurisdiction of the municipal corporation. The park was planned and built in 2007 as a model under the Rural Employment Programme. Now, the park seems to be an object of neglect as its benches are broken and fire residue found is a testimony to the fact that people burn fire during winter and add to pollution. The authority concerned should take cognisance of the issue and set things right. Gian P Kansal, Ambala City

Encroachment at panchkula market

WITH reference to "Encroachers sit pretty in markets of Panchkula, create big nuisance" (Chandigarh Tribune, February 17), the market area of Sector 9 in Panchkula seems to enjoy the dubious distinction of being the most encroached upon sectors. There is blatant display of items in a corridor of the Sector 9 market. The open-ended encroachment in its Rehri Market (across the road), also tells the similar worrisome story. some action must be taken against all these fearless encroachers. Kumar Gupt, Panchkula

Lack of facilities at passport office

ON visiting Ambala passport office, visitors have to face many problems. In the office, cabins for staff dealing with public are erected facing each other, leaving little space for the public to move. There is no signboard on the building, which may help the visitors to locate the office. There is no canteen, sitting or waiting rooms outside the building. The office needs to be shifted and basic facilities must be provided to visitors. RL Bansal, Kurukshetra

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