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Encroachment on pedestrian site in Ambala City
The pedestrian site near the grain market in Ambala City is the busiest as the road leads to three big sectors. besides, thare are more than 200 commercial establishments in the grain and fodder market. There are traffic jams and the main sufferers are pedestrians. The passage has been encroached upon by vegetable hawkers, pan masala sellers, flowers makers and juice and fruit establishments. There is hardly any place left for the pedestrians to move. The situation at Manav Chowk gets aggravated because customers park their vehicles in a haphazard manner making movement of heavy vehicles difficult. The administration should take note and clear and regulate traffic in these areas. Gian P Kansal, Ambala City
Underground power cables should be used
If we have underground water/piped natural gas (PNG) pipelines and optical fibre cables (OFC), then why not underground electricity cables? It will help reduces outages due to high-velocity winds or falling trees and it looks better aesthetically and reduces downtime for businesses. The Electricity Department must take immediate action either on their own or under the PPP initiative. Ramit Bagga, Panchkula
Stray cattle menace continues in Narwana
Nearly at all main crossings in Narwana one can see countless cows and bulls, comfortably sitting or roaming under lights, blocking roads from all sides. The traffic starts moving at a snail's pace whenever they are found sitting on the roads. The administration must solve this problem at the earliest. Ramesh Gupta, Narwana
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