The road passing through the local Tibetan market and leading to the main bus stand of Dalhousie is dilapidated. The road is a shortcut for the pedestrians, but during rain, it becomes difficult to tread on this stretch. The administration should repair this portion of the road at the earliest.
— AK Sharma, Dalhousie
Ensure check on drunken driving
An HRTC bus crushed two youths in Shimla recently, leaving them badly injured. The driver was reportedly drunk. HRTC drivers are generally skilled and responsible, hardly giving anyone a reason to complaint. Such incidents bring a bad name to all HRTC drivers. The offenders, if found to be drunk, should be punished.
— Dinesh, Sanjauli
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