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Respectable Commissioner of Gurugram,

This is regarding the incessantly increasing pollution levels in Gurugram and how it is tremendously affecting the youth. The pollution is not only degrading the health of the people, but has even led to the closing down of schools, as a result of which the students' education is being compromised. This deterioration of the environment has been aggravated due to the continual careless and negligent attitude of the people towards it. The current lamentable condition of the air is so deplorable that the rate of development of respiratory diseases has increased and the poor health conditions of the elderly along with injuries are augmenting.

Team Zikr, a group co-founded by 3 students, understands the significance of a green and clean environment as well as the consequence of a polluted one, and hence would like to make an appeal for a CAR-FREE DAY in Gurugram at the earliest convenience.

Maybe it's time to accept the fact that the damage has already been done and the air around us has already been poisoned enough by myriad of vehicles, factories etc. Maybe it’s the right time to start working towards a cleaner and greener environment so as to curtail the toxicity in the air around us.

It is imperative to take corrective measures so that the residents of Gurugram can once again breathe purer air and resume their daily walks without worrying about the harm that the air would cause.

Although a small step, this initiative would definitely reignite the spirit of unity and will re-establish the consciousness and awareness that is much needed for our environment and health along with establishing an initiation for our fight against air toxicity.

We graciously hope that you will take immediate and necessary steps for the same.

Yours sincerely
The Youth

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