The picture is of nullah along the Kaithal-Ambala road choked and filled with silt and waste. The HSVP Sectors 20 and 21 touches this important road but shockingly the departments concerned have failed to clean and desilt the pucca nullahs along this road and elsewhere in the town. The monsoon is not far off and if the drains and nullahs are not desilted, residents will have to pay a heavy price. In the past years, the rain water had flooded internal roads and water entered residential localities and shops in some areas causing huge monetary losses. Residents demand cleaning of the drains and nullahs at the earliest.
Satish Seth, Kaithal
Correct ‘flaw' in database of SBI
The database of the State Bank of India (SBI) has a flaw. The pin 134117 shows Ambala and not Panchkula. So all accounts with pin code 134117 has Ambala city in their INB profile whereas it should be Panchkula. I apprised all bank authorities about this flaw but all in vain. It will be very helpful if this flaw is corrected
Ram Lal Goyal, Panchkula
Wild growth poses problem for stage maintenance
The stage constructed by the HSVP in Sector 8, Ambala City in its ground about 8-10 years ago, was meant for election rallies and lots of money was spent on its construction. Now, there is wild growth there which may hamper its basic structure. Moreover, miscreants and boozers can be seen sitting around. Stray animals hover around and it is also breeding place for mosquitoes. The department concerned should take cognizance of the issue and maintain it.
Gian P Kansal, Ambala city
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