Thursday, November 21, 2019

Posted at: Nov 8, 2019, 7:42 AM; last updated: Nov 8, 2019, 7:42 AM (IST)WHAT OUR READERS SAY

No streetlights on Chakkar-Totu stretch

No streetlights on Chakkar-Totu stretch

There are no streetlights on the 1-km Chakkar-Power House (Totu) road. At night, it becomes difficult for commuters to pass through the road. Many times, leopards have been sighted on the road. Being a short cut, a large number of people take the road. The Shimla Municipal Corporation is requested to install streetlights on the road.   

Ranjana Avasthi, Totu 

Heaps of garbage dot Kullu ground

Businessmen, who had set up temporary stalls at the Dhalpur ground for more than 20 days during the Kullu Dasehra, have left heaps of garbage behind. During Dasehra, a large number of traders come to Kullu. Garbage should be disposed of in a proper manner. It is the duty of the Municipal Council to ensure that the  venue is not littered.  

Kartar Singh, Kullu 

Traffic jams a routine affair at Panchrukhi

Buses parked near the level-crossing at Panchrukhi disrupts the traffic. Bus operators keep waiting for passengers near the rail track unmindful of the inconvenience being caused to commuters. If the level-crossing is closed, there is chaos all over the place. Parking of vehicles along the narrow road near the level-crossing should be stopped. The district administration should work out a solution.           

Satish Sharma, Panchrukhi

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