Letter to The Municipality Complaining About The Miserable Condition of Road :
The Sender's Name,
Door Number and Street's Name,
Postal Code : XXXXXX
Phone Number : 0000 - 123456789
I would like to bring to your kind notice the miserable condition of roads in my locality, Subzi Mandi - Shandara - Delhi. The roads in this area are broken at many places. There is no smooth run for the transport. The buses, trucks, cars, three-wheelers and two-wheerlers have to halt after every five-six minutes just to adjust with the road breaks and pots. It has been repeatedly brought to the notice of local M.C.D office, but all in vain. There is always a traffic problem on the roads.
The first showers of approaching monsoon will put the things in worst shape. The residents are in deep distress on this account and have repeatedly expressed their resentment through press as well as thorugh written complaints but nothing has been done so far. People have also staged demonstrations last month and consequently. The local authorities assured to take necessary action in the matter. So far, all the assurances are in vain as no action has been taken.
I request you to get the roads construted/repaired without any fuhter delay lest the anger of the pulic explodes.
644/3-C, G.T. Road
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Letter to The Municipality Complaining About The Miserable Condition of Road
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