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Remove Sand From The Road Side

Pollution by dust is one of the many causes of environmental pollution which is constantly being seen or happening.Usually different landlords bring sand to build houses and leave it on the side of the road. This sand mixes with wind and makes the environment dusty. People walking on the road feel discomfort due to this. Although the municipality men are trying their best to keep the environment clean by sweeping every night, but these sands are making our environment unbearable.
Since the person who keeps the sand is the owner of a house, the ordinary people are not able to raise voice against them. Therefore, a humble request to all the landlords and those who do these works is to keep the sand in safe place that do not harm the environment without leaving the roadside open.

Saiful Islam Ehaan
Dhaka College

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