Letter to The Superintendent of Police Complaining About The Unauthorized Construction of A Block of Three Shops Adjacent to The Public Park :
The Sender's Name,
Door Number and Street's Name,
Postal Code : XXXXXX
Phone Number : 0000 - 123456789
May I lodge a complaint against Mr. Ram Nath Shekawat who has constructed a block of three shops on the public land adjacent to the Behru Park in our colony? The construction was completed in the late hours when there was none to oppose. In the morning a block of shops was found deforming the park area. When the residents opposed this illegal construction, then instead of lisening to their voice, Mr. Ram Nath threatened to shoot them. This has created a bad precedent for others to ccupy the government land in any way one likes. There is complete ‘Goonda raj’ in this area. Powerful men are usurping the property of the government for their own benefits. It is not out of place to mention that the dictum MIGHT IS RIGHT is being proved true here. There is a complete chaos and an atmosphere of fear prevailing in the area.
It looks… Mr. Shekhawat has got good connections with the high ups. If this remains the state of affair, a day will come when others will also occupy the available public land. This is the only park in the colony where children can play and take rest in the morning and evening.
Please take necessary action and protect the park from goondas spoiling its use and beauty.
Ram Kunwar Sing
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