The importance of protecting public property | Sunday Observer

The importance of protecting public property

The property which belongs to the Government is known as public property. The Public Library, schools, hospitals and public transport systems are some examples of public property. Many people do not think of of protecting them for the next generation. Some people tear the seats in buses and trains while travelling and some children write on walls. We must advise them not to do it. Therefore, as good citizens, let us determine to protect public property. Then we would be able to have a prosperous country in the future.

 

Dasarath Raketh,

Grade 10,

Jennath Internaitonal School,

Weligama.

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