AD CHANGES, BUT MOS­QUI­TOES RE­MAIN

The Times of India (New Delhi edition) - - TIMES CITY -

This pile of garbage is hardly six feet away from the SDMC park in Sec­tor 8, Dwarka. A dump ex­ists but it is hardly used. The garbage spills over to the edge of the road. It stinks and morn­ing walk­ers and other visi­tors find it dif­fi­cult to en­ter the park.

Cit­i­zen Re­porter Umesh Joshi New Delhi: Ku­mar’s

De­spite pub­lish­ing pho­to­graph on Septem­ber 6 of a Delhi govern­ment ad­ver­tise­ment board on how to pre­vent mosquito breed­ing over­look­ing a large patch of stag­nant wa­ter, the au­thor­i­ties clearly haven’t wo­ken up. Shame­fully enough, a new anti-mosquito drive ad­ver­tise­ment poster has been put up, with the ex­panse of stag­nant wa­ter left un­touched.

TOI Cit­i­zen Re­porter Alok

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