TRAIN BE­TWEEN IN­DIA, BANGLADESH

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - - HARYANA HINDUSTANTIMES -

The dis­tance be­tween the two ci­ties may be a mere 170 km, but it will help in re­duc­ing the dis­tance in minds and hearts of peo­ple liv­ing in both coun­tries with the launch of a weekly train be­tween Khulna in Bangladesh and Kolkata in In­dia. This will also help in boost­ing trade and tourism be­tween the two coun­tries. More such ini­tia­tives must be taken by the In­dian gov­ern­ment by pro­vid­ing rail links with Bhutan or Nepal.

San­jay Cho­pra, Mo­hali Naren­dra Modi has an­nounced a statue of Sar­dar Pa­tel worth Rs 2,500 crore for his home state, Gujarat. If our coun­try is lag­ging be­hind in health care, ed­u­ca­tion and in­fra­struc­ture, it’s only be­cause of this waste­ful ex­pen­di­ture. This game of statue, statue ends only when the player says ‘over’, we need to unan­i­mously say ‘over’ to this game.

Naresh Jo­har, Amritsar clean­li­ness and hy­giene on the way to the shrine. It will help in avoid­ing stam­pede like con­di­tions in the fu­ture due to de­cline in the num­ber of vis­i­tors.

San­jay Cho­pra, Mo­hali num­ber of the un­em­ployed per­sons in the coun­try is in­creas­ing at an alarm­ing rate. The em­ploy­ment prob­lem among ed­u­cated youth is a se­ri­ous one. For ev­ery va­cancy, there are dozens of ap­pli­cants.

Vi­jay­ata Sharma,

Jalandhar

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