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Repair Kotwali-Khaniara road

Repair Kotwali-Khaniara road

The Kotwali market-Khaniara road in Dharamsala has caved in at many spots after the recent downpour. The battered road is a threat to those commuting on it, especially at night. To prevent any mishappening, the government should get the road immediately repaired. — Kamal, Dharamsala


Mandi College lacks basic facilities

Basic facilities such as clean washrooms, proper furniture and functional fans are not available at Government College, Mandi. Even adequate number of dustbins has not been installed on the college premises. The college administration should provide these basic facilities without any delay. — Raman, Mandi


People waiting for bridge over nullah

Residents of Runang village in Tapri, Kinnaur, are peeved over the government's apathy to construct a bridge over Khotogo nullah. In the absence of the bridge, people have to wade through the nullah, risking their lives, especially in monsoon. The bridge should be constructed immediately. — Vinay, Tapri


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