Joggers find Iqbal Park messy
Srinagar, May 5: People who go for jogging and other morning exercises to Dr Sir Muhammad Iqbal(RA) Park in the City have complained of the park being in a messy condition.
A senior official fond of going to the picturesque park complained that over the years it looks to be decaying. “The fencing has broken at many places while the public convenience is in a typically bad condition,” he said.
The early risers have appealed the concerned authorities to look into the matter and restore the park glory.
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