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Don’t leave horses with legs tied on roads
To leave horses on city roads with two legs tied is being unkind to animals, if not cruel. May be, it is necessary for break-in of horses. Still the animals should be trained in open fields, not left roaming on the roads. Cows and oxen that become unproductive are left on the roads. This often leads to traffic hazards. Animal rights warrant that beasts of burden and utility must be treated in a kind way. Rakesh Sudan, Kurukshetra
Unique property IDs should be linked to PAN, Aadhaar
To eliminate property disputes in Haryana, the government should give permanent unique ID numbers to all types of property – residential houses and plots, commercial and industrial showrooms, shops and plots or agricultural land under the leadership of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. Along with this, the government should also make it mandatory linking of unique ID number of all these types of properties with their owners’ Aadhaar card and PAN. Doing so will curb corruption. The process of division of all types of fixed assets should be simplified and its time period also be fixed. Shakti Singh, Karnal
Auto debiting of fine not a good idea
This refers to ‘Haryana mulling automatic challan system for overspeeding’ (The Tribune, April 1). While the Haryana government’s proposed plan to put an automatic challan system in place for overspeeding in the state deserves full appreciation, its simultaneous move to an ‘auto debit’ of the fine from the account of the violator may give rise to several hiccups and other operational constraints. One wishes that better sense eventually prevails upon the state government and it sheds this ill-conceived idea of ‘auto-debiting’ the fine, which also goes against the spirit of natural justice. Kumar Gupt, Panchkula