I WROTE a letter ‘unfastened WiFi, no benches’ (Jan 2017) suggesting that the Capital development Authority ought to set up benches and dustbins to facilitate citizens.

but, in those years I in no way saw any bench, sunshades or dustbins inside the capital for the general public.

lately, at the same time as commuting again from paintings, I saw colorful benches being established at the footpaths of Rawalpindi’s Murree avenue toward Saddar (close to Rehmanabad passport workplace to be exact).

these benches have been mounted through the Parks and Horticulture Authority to enhance the metropolis. I am hoping such measures are taken on occasion to facilitate the public.

I again urge the government concerned to put in dustbins and sunshades as well in twin cities to promote idea of purifier cities.

Naqash Munir
Rawalpindi

published in , can also 17th, 2019