Bring the complaint to attention/notice:
1. I consider it my duty, as a citizen, to bring to your notice the blatant misuse of the footpaths in our locality by various kinds of repair shops.
2. This is to complain to you against the encroachment of the footpath by a tea-shop owner in front of my house.
3. This is to complain to you that the cattle from a nearby private dairy have been spoiling the pavement opposite to my house, everyday.
4. This is to inform you that the footpaths of our streets have become camping places for the beggars.
5. I wish to lodge a complaint that a second-hand scooter dealer, opposite my house often blocks the pavement by parking scooters in a row there.
6. This is to complain against Mr. Sharma who is constructing a house down our lane for quite a few months. On account of this construction, the pavements are always full of sand, heaps and bricks.
7. This is to inform you that in the last few days a hutment has sprung up on the pavements in our neighborhood.
Suggest some remedial measures:
8. I suggest that you visit our area for a first hand appraisal of the situation.
9. Kindly prevent these shops from encroaching public places, using the existing law.
10. It is requested that one week’s notice to vacate the place may be served on repair-she: holders, under the existing law.
11. The check-force meant to remove such unauthorised occupation may be asked to be more alert and vigilant.
12. You may kindly depute some junior officers to make an on-the-spot enquiry and empower them to take prompt action against law breakers/squatters.
Request for action/redressing:
13.1 hope you will take immediate action in the interest of better living conditions for citizens of this locality.
14. I feel that your promptness in this regard can make the things normal and win the goodwill of the public.
15. I am sure you will take necessary steps to keep the pavement clean and open.
16. I have full faith in your official’s sincerity and competence and hope that necessary will be taken by them at the earliest.
17. I am sure my letter will set in motion your official machinery.
Express your thanks:
18. Thanking you.
19. Thanks in anticipation.
20. I will be thankful for an early action.
21. I will feel much obliged for your earliest action.
This is to complain to you against the encroachment of the footpath by a tea-shop owner in front of my house. It is requested to issue instructions for removal of all unauthorised occupation in public places. The check-force meant to remove such unauthorised occupation may be asked to be more alert and vigilant. I will be thankful for an early action.