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Friday, 19 February 2021

Petrol price hike hits public

It is a matter of grave concern that the continued increase in petrol prices is affecting the masses. In Rajasthan, the price of petrol has touched Rs 100 per litre. The government must control it. With Covid still impacting people's lives, the hike in petrl prices will further be a burden on them. I urge the government to give some relief to the masses and curtail the petrol price. — Subhash C Taneja, Gurugram

Vendors encroach upon roads

In Narwana, vegetable vendors have been encroaching upon the roads to sell their produce, thus obstructing space meant for customers and smooth traffic movement. Neither arhtiyas nor the market committee staff persuade them to sit elsewhere. They throw the leftover and rotten vegetables on the road, inviting stray cattle that further create unhygienic conditions. This trend must stop immediately. — Ramesh Gupta, Narwana

Free P'kula of stray dogs

Constant increase in the population of stray dogs on the city roads is a perennial nuisance. They cause noise pollution by barking during night/early morning hours thereby, disturbing the sleep of office-goers, students and the elderly. They also run after vehicles, thereby, endangering the lives of those driving two-wheelers. The threat of dogs attacking and biting pedestrians and children is always looming large. The administration should take notice solve the dog menace. — Ramit Ritu Bagga, Panchkula

Structural fault on bridge

The bridge constructed on Bhakra Canal on Chandigarh Road shakes when any loaded vehicle passes through it due to which it seems that there is any manufacturing defect, which may cause a mishap. The matter is serious and needs to be addressed at the earliest. — RK Garg, Tohana in Fatehabad

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