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P/008/2018 - Sri. Viswamabaran K P., Kozhikode
The appellant had lodged complaints before KSEB against the erection of a ‘Stay and Wire’ in his property, by the KSEBL Officials, Electrical Section, West Hill, Kozhikode without obtaining his permission. This action was said to be done by the Section authorities as a part of system improvement and enhancing safety measures in the place of the wooden post replaced with a PSC post and stay attached earlier. The appellant is aggrieved at the ‘stay to Post’ erected in his land property without his consent. The appellant has approached the Board authorities for the removal of unauthorized, illegal erection of stay at appellant's property on 19-06-2014 to the electrical post P.P.32 under West Hill Electrical Section, Kozhikode and to get adequate financial compensation due to the difficulties, mischief, damages, obstructions, inconvenience caused to the life and property of the appellant and his family due to above illegal erection of stay even without obtaining any consent or intimation. Since no reply or action was taken by KSEB, the appellant preferred a petition before the CGRF, Kozhikode with a request to shift the ‘stay’ from his property. The CGRF had disposed the Petition vide order dated 09-01-2018, in OP No.116/2017-18, directing as; “The respondent shall shift the LT pole with stay to a location creating least inconvenience to the petitioner, with all safety measures. 2) the respondent shall carry out the shifting work within 30 days of remittance of DW amount. 3) the petitioner can approach the licensee for compensation.” Still not satisfied by the decision of the CGRF, the appellant has filed the Appeal petition before this Forum. In view of the above discussions, the respondent is directed to prepare a fresh estimate for labour charges for the shifting of the stay as proposed by the respondent within 2 weeks from the date of receipt of this order and communicated along with a notice to the appellant. It is also directed to complete the work without any further delay from the date on which the appellant remit the amount as per estimate. In case of any objections, the respondent is free to take action under Rule 3(b) the Works of Licensees Rules, 2006 and obtain necessary permission from the District Magistrate. Having concluded and decided as above, it is ordered accordingly. The CGRF order No. 116/2017-18 dated 09-01-2018 is modified to this extent. No order on costs.

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