Patiala, June 28: Lovleen Kaur, a 7th class student, wrote a letter to the Deputy Commissioner on the issue of swings, open gym, cleanliness and some other issues at Baradari Garden in Patiala and demanded improvement in the maintenance of the garden.
Taking immediate action, DC Sakshi Sawhney visited Baradari along with Municipal Commissioner Aditya Uppal, ADC (Urban Development) Gautam Jain, ADC (Rural Development) Isha Singhal and Deputy Director Horticulture Nirwant Singh and some other officials.
In the garden, she inspected all the things minutely, which were mentioned by Lovleen Kaur. She directed the concerned departments to take immediate action regarding the improvement of the Baradari Garden.
Sakshi Sahni asked Deputy Director Horticulture Nirwant Singh to take immediate action on the safety of swings, information on exercising in an open gym and cleaning the garden.
Apart from replacing the old plants with new ones, security guards should also be deployed to check the entry of anti-social elements in Baradari.
On this occasion, SDM Dr Ismat Vijay Singh, D.D.F. Priya Singh, Horticulture Development Officer Kulwinder Singh and Simranjit Kaur, Executive Engineer PWD Piyush Agarwal and SDO The Mayank Council were also present.
Disclaimer : PunjabTodayTV.com and other platforms of the Punjab Today group strive to include views and opinions from across the entire spectrum, but by no means do we agree with everything we publish. Our efforts and editorial choices consistently underscore our authors’ right to the freedom of speech. However, it should be clear to all readers that individual authors are responsible for the information, ideas or opinions in their articles, and very often, these do not reflect the views of PunjabTodayTV.com or other platforms of the group. Punjab Today does not assume any responsibility or liability for the views of authors whose work appears here.
Punjab Today believes in serious, engaging, narrative journalism at a time when mainstream media houses seem to have given up on long-form writing and news television has blurred or altogether erased the lines between news and slapstick entertainment. We at Punjab Today believe that readers such as yourself appreciate cerebral journalism, and would like you to hold us against the best international industry standards. Brickbats are welcome even more than bouquets, though an occasional pat on the back is always encouraging. Good journalism can be a lifeline in these uncertain times worldwide. You can support us in myriad ways. To begin with, by spreading word about us and forwarding this reportage. Stay engaged.
— Team PT