Write a Letter to the Municipal Commissioner Complaining of Mosquito Menace in Your Locality
We face various kinds of problems due to mosquitos. They spread many diseases and most of them are quite fatal. The extreme importance of this mosquito menace makes it a potential topic for English comprehension tests.
In today’s session, you’ll learn how to write a letter to the municipal commissioner complaining regarding different issues related to mosquito menace. After going through this session, hopefully, you’ll be able to write such a letter on your own.
Question: You are facing severe problems with mosquitos in your school. Write a letter to the municipal commissioner local to your school explaining your issue and look for some permanent solution.
Hints: Mosquito problem for few months- Roam around everywhere and bite- Parents are afraid-School authority tried to control- Cleaned grange, destroyed water concentrations- Request to take actions
Suresh Mukherjee Road, Nabinpally
September 2, 2021
Kolkata Municipal Corporation
3/1 Nalinipukur Road
Subject: Facing mosquito problem is school
I am a student of class 10 from Nabinpally high school. Today I am writing this letter to you to draw your kind attention to the issue we are facing in our school due to mosquitos.
The environment of our school always used to be quite pleasant and as required for the students. But for the last few months, we’re facing severe problems in our school due to mosquitos. They are now everywhere in the school. No matter in the classroom or the laboratories, mosquitoes bite us everywhere. Our parents are quite afraid of letting us come to school. We’re also afraid of mosquito-borne diseases.
Our school authority has tried their level best to control the situation. They have cleaned all garbage concentrations in and around the school, destroyed water concentration areas but nothing worked. So, through this letter, I want to request you take immediate steps from the municipality to save us from this menace.
Question: Recently in your locality, you are facing an extreme mosquito problem. Write a letter to the municipal commissioner of your area expressing your concern regarding this issue and ask for some viable solution.
Hints: Congested area- Familiar with little mosquito problems- Problems increased- Biting in both during daylight and dark- Dark in colour- People started falling sick- Request for necessary actions.
Durgapur, West Bengal
June 23, 2021
Durgapur Municipal Corporation
City Centre, Durgapur
West Bengal 713216
Subject: Mosquito menace is the disturbing livelihood
I am a resident of Bablapur area, ward no. 18, Durgapur Municipal Corporation. This letter to you is intended to let you know the issue of the extreme mosquito problem we are currently facing in our locality.
Our area is a bit crowded and congested among the entire city. Due to this congestion, throughout the year, we face several problems because of mosquitos. Those mosquitos are quite harmless and we are quite used to it. But since the last three months, this problem of mosquitoes has severely increased. No matter if it's daytime or after dark, we are facing extreme mosquito problems. Moreover, these mosquitoes are not quite like harmless ones. These are dark in colour and already some people have fallen sick with fever most likely because of these mosquitos.
So, through his letter, I want to request you to take necessary actions to control this issue. Otherwise, it will just be a matter of time when this mosquito problem will spread across our locality and affect other areas too.
Question: You’ve to face many mosquito-borne diseases in your area after every monsoon season. Write a letter to the municipal commissioner of your locality explaining the issue and request him to take the required measures to prevent it.
Hints: No mosquito throughout the year- Mosquito-borne disease after every monsoon- Many suffered and two died last year- Afraid of the post-monsoon situation this year- Have taken all preventive measures individually- Request the municipality to take active steps
72A Bottola Road, Uttarpara
February 18, 2021
Hooghly Chinsurah Municipality
Mahendra Mitra Road, Pipulpati
West Bengal 712103
Subject: The monsoon season brings mosquito menace with it
I live in 72A, Bottola road, Uttarpara, which comes under the Hooghly Chinsurah Municipality. I am writing this letter to you today to express my concern over the issue of mosquito-borne diseases we face every year after the monsoon season.
Our area mostly stays mosquito-free throughout the year. But every year as soon as the monsoon season passes, we face severe problems of various mosquito-borne diseases. Last year also many people from our locality have suffered from Malaria and Dengue. 2 of them have even died. As the monsoon season is going to come and pass in the next 2-3 months, we’re being afraid of such mosquito-borne diseases this year too. We have taken all necessary measures required to prevent such diseases. We keep our house clean, don’t let any water get concentrated, and use mosquito nets.
Now I am earnestly requesting you on behalf of the people of this area to take active measures from the municipality whatever is necessary and save us from the upcoming risk.
Question: Your city is recently facing the menace of many mosquito-borne diseases. Write a letter to the municipal commissioner of your area expressing your concern regarding this issue and suggest some suitable measures to control the situation.
Hints: Mosquito-borne diseases have spread- Water stagnation, poor sewage management and lack of public awareness are the reasons- Sewage blocked by hazardous wastes- Need to be addressed immediately- Can launch public awareness campaigns
21, Kathgola Road, Ghola
December 11, 2020
Subject: Some way forward to mosquito menace of the city
I am a resident of Ghola Kathgola road writing this letter to you to express my grave concern over the issue of various mosquito-borne diseases that many people in our city are suffering from.
For the last few months, our city has been suffering from various mosquito-borne diseases, especially dengue. Our locality is no exception to this as well. The primary reasons behind these widespread diseases are water stagnation in many areas of our city, poor sewage management and most importantly lack of necessary awareness among the people. Many areas of our city stay underwater even after many days of rain. Moreover, a large part of the sewage system is blocked with hazardous wastes like plastics and rocks. This is leading to water stagnation in many areas after every monsoon.
I agree that the municipality is trying their level best to control the situation. But those issues need to be addressed immediately. Regular maintenance of the city sewage is quite necessary. Moreover, the municipality can launch a public awareness campaign to make people aware of the dos and don’ts during such a health crisis.
That was all about our presentation on writing formal letters to the municipal commissioner complaining about mosquito menace. Hopefully, after going through this session all your doubts regarding this topic have been resolved.
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