The attached photograph highlights garbage dumped along a rivulet in Dhankot village of Gurugram. People also often immerse flowers, busted crackers, broken frames, etc. into the water body, causing contamination of water. The authorities concerned must take strict action against the violators to curb this practice.
Gian P Kansal, Gurugram
heaps of garbage along G’GRAM roads
Heaps of garbage dumped along roads are commonplace in Gurugram. Waste accumulated at every nook and corner of the city highlights the indifferent attitude of civic body officials towards the poor sanitation conditions. The authorities should ensure that the garbage is removed on priority. Ambuj, Gurugram
Panchkula plagued by stray cattle menace
Residents of societies located in Panchkula’s Peer Muchalla area are reeling under the stray cattle menace. These animals roam freely on roads, posing a significant threat to the lives of the residents and commuters. The authorities concerned must look into the matter and ensure that these stray animals are shifted to gaushalas at the earliest.
Mudassir Kar, Panchkula
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