Hunsur Road crying for street lights
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Hunsur Road crying for street lights


For the past few weeks I have been observing while dropping my daughter for tuition that there are no street lights in a stretch between Jaladarshini Guest House and signal light opposite  Grandpa kitchen.

This in turn is causing a lot of inconvenience to motorists as the road is pitch dark and hence they have to turn on high beam lights throughout this stretch. If not it may cause fatal accidents.

Apart from this, it is causing inconvenience to morning strollers. It will also give room for chain-snatchers as they are moving around waiting for such an opportunity.

Hence, I request the authorities concerned to view this matter seriously and keep the streetlights on from 6.30 pm up to 6 am everyday.

– Arunkumar, Chamarajapuram, 30.5.2018

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June 10, 2018

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