Struggling With Power Woes: Mohammadwadi and Undri Hill Top Society Residents In Pune Call For Prompt Action From Maharashtra CM 

Struggling With Power Woes: Mohammadwadi and Undri Hill Top Society Residents In Pune Call For Prompt Action From Maharashtra CM 

Struggling With Power Woes: Mohammadwadi and Undri Hill Top Society Residents In Pune Call For Prompt Action From Maharashtra CM 

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July 6, 2024 

The residents of Mohammadwadi and Undri HillTop Nyati County Societies in Pune are dealing with daily power outages. The disruptions in their daily lives must be really challenging. The fact that the problem persists despite numerous complaints is understandably causing a lot of frustration among the locals. 

The letter addressed to Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and MSEDCL Managing Director Lokesh Chandra by Sunil Koloti, Sunil Aiyer, and Nadeem Inamdar From Team MURWD Foundation highlights the seriousness of the issue. In the letter addressed to the MSEDCL chief alongwith CM Eknath Shinde, the residents are seeking regular maintenance of the electrical infrastructure, replacement of the old ones with the new machines and also seamless power supply. 

It’s really worrisome to hear about the specific infrastructure issues exacerbating the power problems in Mohammadwadi. The high tension wires near Dorabjee Paradise Bungalow causing road closures and commuting issues must be adding to the residents’ challenges. The miscommunication between agencies is only making things more difficult for the locals who are already facing multiple issues.

It’s really concerning to hear about the danger posed by the poles and overhead wires at Kad Nagar Chowk in Mohammadwadi. The compromised resident safety for such a long time is unacceptable. The lack of relocation of MSEDCL infrastructure despite road widening efforts by the Pune Municipal Corporation is causing frequent traffic congestion and accidents. A new cluster for power supply must be made around Undri, Pisoli, Mohammadwadi keeping in mind the increasing population. A new bus station is needed in the area to meet the power demands. 

The adverse effects listed, such as inconvenience to citizens, food spoilage, water scarcity, disruption of work-from-home and business activities, disturbance to students, and damage to electrical appliances, are indeed serious issues. The lack of response from MSEDCL to complaints only adds to the resident’s frustration.

Koloti’s call for the authorities to identify the root cause of the power issues and take corrective measures is crucial. Upgrading the infrastructure to ensure a reliable power supply and establishing a prompt response team to address power failures swiftly are essential steps to improve the situation in Mohammadwadi. It’s important for the concerned agencies to act promptly and effectively to provide the residents with the reliable power supply they deserve.

Koloti’s conclusion emphasizes the urgency of resolving the issues in Mohammadwadi and Undri HillTop Nyati County. The resident’s plea for a swift resolution to the problems causing them trouble is understandable.

Koloti’s message wraps up with a strong plea for a quick fix to the problems in Mohammadwadi and Undri Hill Top Nyati County. The residents are eagerly waiting for the authorities to step in and make things better. Let’s hope they act swiftly to ease the difficulties faced by the people in these areas.

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