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Housing Board park lies in state of neglect in Ambala
The park in Hosing Board, Sector 9, Ambala City. The park has been neglected for the past many years despite the fact that the dilapidated condition of the park has been brought to the notice of top authorities of the district. There is no boundary wall. The plants have been destroyed by stray animals. There is nothing in the name of grass on the ground. We hope the authority concerned will set the things right. GIAN P KANSAL, Ambala City
Corruption must be weeded out OF all departments
Strict laws should be formulated to plug all loopholes that leads to corruption. The heads of all departments should issue strict verbal/written instructions against corruption by explicitly mentioning the punishment for such people i.e., termination of job, initiation of legal process, filing of FIR, forfeiture of all accumulated dues and non-payment of even partial salary. Otherwise there is no hope to weed out the perennial problem. Ramit Ritu Bagga, Panchkula
Remove age bar for vaccination
It has been observed that more people have shown up for vaccination after starting the vaccination for those above 45. While India grapples with the second wave of the virus, it seems that vaccination should be open for all, this will also prevent wastage of jabs. A very few senior citizens go out of their houses, so the main carriers of the Covid virus are the people who go out to work. If young people get vaccinated, the chain may be broken, resulting in India witnessing fewer Covid cases. Priyam Aggarwal, Panchkula
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