Residents’ plea to restore street-lights
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Residents’ plea to restore street-lights

April 6, 2017


Recently, street-lights were partially disconnected for unknown reasons on T.P. Kailasam Road, opposite Sri Sharada Public School, that comes under Bogadi division of CHESCom.

As a result, a stretch of wide and short distanced road surrounded by newly-built residential houses becomes pitch dark by evening.

Also due to enormous vacant space around this road, umpteen number of serpents move around in search of food after 7 in the evening posing danger to the residents.

Meanwhile, some students are using this vacant space for consuming wine under the cover of darkness. At least street- lights may deter them from their sinister activities.

It is learnt that streets-lights on this stretch are not metered and have been given direct connection from the pole. Hence, it was disconnected.

I request the authorities concerned to provide a DP switch at the point where a resident can operate safely even in rainy season.

– R.N. Sathyanarayana Rao, R.K. Nagar, 12.3.2017


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