7.Letter to the Editor Regarding : Condition of the Road

By | March 28, 2019

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You are Mohan/Meera studying at 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 Govt. 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 Govt. to this problem.

Ans:- Mohan/Meera

Bharat School, Lucknow

May 7, 20…

 

The Editor

The Times of India

 New Delhi

 

Sub:- Drawing the Attention of the Govt. towards Traffic Jam

Sir,

Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the attention of Uttar Pradesh Government towards a big problem of the public.

Sir, the road leading to our school is very congested and full of potholes. At some places is fully damaged. It is full of pits. Due to these pits, heavy vehicles get imbalanced and overturn. Students and parents are often caught in a traffic jam.

We get late for daily. In spite of several representations, the Govt has not done anything to improve the condition of the road. We wish that this road must be of four lanes. There is enough open space on both sides of the road. If the road is widened it will be a boon for the students.

Thanking you

Yours faithfully

Amreesh Kumar

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