Monkeys still a Threat in Faridabad

  • | Saturday | 5th June, 2021

A tree laden with mangoes in my backyard was destroyed by a troop of monkeys.

A tree laden with mangoes in my backyard was destroyed by a troop of monkeys.

They plucked, peeled, roughed up and destroyed all the immature fruits on the branches. Like every year, this year too we were disappointed.

They roam in the street and jump over the rooftops and are a cause of concern for residents. They destroy the lids of overhead water tanks and pollute the water. The authorities need to take note and act at the earliest. —Devinder Singh Surjewala, Faridabad

Stray cattle roam freely in P’kula sectors

These stray cattle roam around freely near the Sector 7-8 and 17-18 roundabout in Panchkula. They can be seen in large number during the evening but the authorities concerned seem to be looking the other way. Why are their owners not suitably penalised for the violation of civic laws? —Vinayak G, Panchkula

Residents suffer due to security lapses

There are no boundary walls constructed by Ansal Group in Ansal Town, Sector 20, Jagadhri, since its inception. There are about seven open entries in this township through which any unsocial element can enter freely.

Three thefts of a/c copper wires worth lakhs of rupees have been reported recently in three newly constructed houses and also three new bicycles were stolen.

There are about 200 families residing in this township, police verification of about 100 tenants have not been done. Residents have been complaining time and again but all in vain. —NK Dhiman, Jagadhri

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