Letter To The Editor Of A Daily Drawing Attention Of The Authorities Towards The Serious Problem Of Lack Of Street Lights In Your Colony :
The Sender's Name,
Door Number and Street's Name,
Postal Code : XXXXXX
Phone Number : 0000 - 123456789
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I want to draw attention of the authorities concerned towards the lack of provision for street lights on the main road leading to Indira Nagar. I like to appraise that Indira Nagar is a posh colony of JDA, inhabited by more than 1500 flats on both the sides of the road. The electricity board has installed poles on either side of the road to supply light to the residents. But there are just poles…. not the electricity.
During these days of winter, it turns dark by 7.00 pm. There is apprehension of some major accident taking place because the traffic passes over this road round the clock the neccessity of electrification requires no emphasis. In addition to accidents cases of thefts and robbery can also not be denied. Darkness may lead to any kind of mishappening. It may also be stated that may residents reach their homes even after late hours in the night. The residents pay house tax to the municipality regularly but the facility of street lights is denied to them. The matter has been taken to the authorities gave time and again everytime mere assurance but the problem persists as it is.
I hope that if this letter is published in your esteemed newspaper, the authorities concerned shall be awakened from slumber and this problem will be finally solved.
152 - Indira Nagar
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