Letter to The Editor of A Newspaper Complaining Against The Increasing Nuisance of Beggars in The City



Letter to The Editor of A Newspaper Complaining Against The Increasing Nuisance of Beggars in The City :



The Sender's Name,
Door Number and Street's Name,
Area Name,
City.
Postal Code : XXXXXX
Phone Number : 0000 - 123456789


Date :


Dear Sir,


I shall be thankful if you publish this letter in the columns of your esteemded newspaper. Through this, I like to draw the attention of local authorities towards the increasing nuisance of beggars in our city.


Nowadays, the number of beggars has abruptly increased everyalong in the city whether market, park or outside a restaruant or even in every street. You wil find such obstinate beggars who can’t be easily put of. The pity is that most of them are physically fit and are compulsory beggars. They have made it a profession.


Some of them might be incolved in committing petty crimes also. Some of the beggars suffer from highly contagious diseases such as leprosy and TB and while begging, they come in contact with gereral public. It is necessary that such cases be taken care of and be treated in general hospital and the other able bodied beggars be taken to the task. Either they be given jobs or whatever but they must not be allowed to make begging their profession.


I am sure that the authorities will positively take care of this increasing nuisance of beggars at the earliest.


Thanking you.


Yours faithfully,


C.K. Jaiswal


NOTE :


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