14. Letter to the Editor Regarding : Poor Condition Of A Road

By | December 10, 2019

Letter to the editor is a formal document. In CBSE it is a question to write a letter to the editor of a newspaper. It is asked in Class 8 to Class 12. Considering this we are providing letter to the editor topics to help you to practice, letter to the editor format CBSE class 9 to help you obtain good marks, letter to the editor example for students of class 9 & 10 which is a beginning and letter to the editor on Poor Condition Of A Road. These can be additionally used for the letter to the editor newspaper. So let’s dive in-


You are Aman / Aditi studying in Bharat School, Lucknow. The road leading to your school is very congested and full of potholes. Students and parents are often caught in a traffic jam. In spite of several representations, the government has not done anything to improve the condition of the road. Write a letter to the Editor of ‘The Times of India’, drawing the attention of the government to this problem.                                                                                                                                                               

Bharat School


 18 May 200—.

The Editor

 The Times of India


Dear Sir

The road leading to Bharat School is very congested all hours of the day. It is one of the busiest roads of the city, but it is full of potholes everywhere. Shopkeepers on both sides have encroached upon a good part of the road. It has increased congestion all the more. The situation becomes horrible during morning hours when people are hurrying to their places of work. There are two big schools situated on this road. Students and parents are often caught in traffic jams which gives them a lot of mental tension. Several representations have been made to the government, but nothing has been done so far to improve the condition of the road. Now we seek to draw the government’s attention through this letter in the columns of your paper.

 It is heard that the City Corporation is having a dispute with the Telegraph Department over the repair of this road. But how is the common man concerned with this dispute? Why should he be made to suffer for no fault of his?

Yours truly


(President, Mohalla Committee)

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