Who will bear cost of damaged highways of Haryana?

During ongoing farmers ‘Delhi challo’ march against three agri-related laws, the Haryana Government went overdrive and ‘badly dug up’ all entry points and put heavy stones and barriers with cranes and JCBs. Protesters then started using village link roads and those too were badly damaged beyond repair. All these demolitions were personally supervised by IAS/IPS officers. The moot question is who will bear the cost of repairing these highways? — Ramesh Gupta, Narwana

Shift gents’ urinal to another place

A gents’ urinal at the entry point of main bazar of Nagori gate, Hisar, is a big hurdle for the passerby and unhygeienic too as it emits foul smell. Moreover, it is at a crowded place where people wait for their turn without any fear of Covid pandemic. The urinal should be shifted to another place to avoid the spread of Covid. — Promila Kumar, Hisar

Panchkula Civil dispensary in pathetic state

The Civil Dispensary in Sector 8, Panchkula, speaks volumes about the poor show by the city administration. Notably, the paver blocks were recently laid here aimed at providing cleanliness and giving nice look to the area. But sadly, this portion was soon “dug out” to carry out some ‘repair work’, possibly the water leakage, but it was never restored to its original position. Was it not obligatory on the part of the agency concerned to re-level it? — Kumar Gupt, Panchkula

Building of model road good news for Gurugram

It is very pleasing to hear that the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) will build a model road between Bajhawar Chowk and Mayfield Garden and the said road will serve template for new roads and further it will have revamping of old road taking a cue from the best roads. Cycle track to pedestrian lane, indeed, it was urgently required for the city which is famous all over the whole world. — Subhash C Taneja, Gurugram


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