To follow up the development related to their demand, PR Chandana, a resident of the above mentioned apartment on November 29 wrote again to Ritu Maheshwari, Chief Executive Officer of Noida Authority, the civic agency to pay attention to the issue of installation of street lights.
In the letter, he complained that the road stretching from Sai Temple in Sector 61 to Electronic City Metro Station in Sector 63 remains dark throughout the night as street lights were displaced following the start of metro rail operations in 2015.
“Although it has been a year since the elevated metro rail line became operational, but the facilities, which were displaced, were yet to be restored,” he added.
The complainant said that it is dangerous for pedestrians to pass through the route especially in the night as open drains pose a serious threat to them. The situation is very bad in absence of street lights in last four years.
It may cause fatal accident for passersby as the drains are open and vehicles pass in high speed through the road.
Chandana urged the authority's top officer to look into the matter and get the street lights installed for convenience of commuters and pedestrians.