Descriptive : Letter to the chairman of the Municipal Corporation of East Delhi

Good Morning Readers,
The SBI PO Mains exam is just few days away and most of the queries we are receiving is about the Descriptive Topics. People are worried that what SBI is going to ask in the descriptive exam. You will get to chose the topic out of three to four topics, so don’t worry because at least one topic will be 
easy and will be from recent controversy or recent developments (Like GST, Land Acquisition etc.). So don’t worry at all, just try practicing the typing because this time, you have to type. Out of these, Letter Writing also have significant weightage in the descriptive and below is one of the formal letter to the Chairman of the East Delhi Municipal Corporation.


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Resident Welfare Association
H-Block, Laxmi Nagar
24th July
The Chairman
Muncipal Corporation of Delhi
East Delhi
Subject – Complain regarding the Maintanance of Roads and Street Lights in H-Block, Laxmi Nagar
Sir,
I wish to draw your attention towards the poor maintenance of roads and lights in our locality.
Last time when the roads were dug for the sever line maintenance, since then the roads in our locality have not been repaired. There are pits and ditches on the roads everywhere. The condition of the road becomes all the worst during the rainy season. They cause road accident. At night people sometimes stumble down. Moreover, these pits provide breeding ground for the mosquitoes. Thus there is an outbreak of mosquitoes in the locality leading to the spread of malaria.
Besides, most of the street lights in our locality are out of order. Only a few street lights are functioning. At nights, the darkness cover the whole locality. It has caused a spurt in the incidence of crime in the area. People do not find it safe to go out of their houses with the prevailing of darkness. There are frequent incidents of chain snatching in the evening hours. Particularly ladies are unsafe in coming out of their houses in the dark. Snatching, burglary and theft have become the order of the day. The hooligans after committing crimes take advantage of the darkness and safely run away.
I, therefore, request you to kindly take necessary action to mend the ways so that people of the area have good roads and street lights.
Thanking you
Yours Sincerely
Prashant
Secretary, RWA

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