Letter to the Editor of a newspaper advocating the establishment of a library in your town.
I shall be much obliged if you kindly allow me a little space in the columns of your esteemed paper to bring before the authorities the necessity of establishing library at It is a beautiful town, ten kilometers away from Rohtak. Its population is about twenty-two thousand. The town is fitted with electricity and has a post and telegraph office. It has a Small Town Committee. There are two high schools for boys and one high school for girls. The population is mostly literate.
But it is a pity that there is no public library for the use and benefit of the public. Everybody cannot buy books and newspapers for himself. So people cannot be up-to-date in their information and knowledge of current affairs. The Small Town Committee has not so far given its attention to this pressing need. Public spirited persons have not come forward to help the public. At present a library in the town is a crying need of the hour. I trust the authorities will release its importance, and will take early steps to set up a library and a reading room here.