Tribune News Service
Amritsar, October 17
Members of the District Shopping Complex, Ranjit Avenue, convened a meeting to discuss various burning issues concerning the upscale market here on Saturday.
HP Singh Chugh, president of the complex said: “Despite being one of the biggest and sought after commercial areas of the state, there were many infrastructural lapses which warranted immediate attention of the authorities”.
“For instance, footpath and other surface infrastructure need repair. There are no dustbins in the areas and people are compelled to throw waste on roads and footpath”.
Sanjay Vasudeva, general secretary said cycle track would not come on the market area and it would be diverted to internal roads of the Ranjit Avenue.
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