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Orders of Kerala Electricity Ombudsman  in pdf format
RP-001-2022- MD, Gijas Rubbers Pvt. Ltd., Ernakulam-Order 06-02-23


RP-001-2022- MD, Gijas Rubbers Pvt. Ltd., Ernakulam-Order 06-02-23
P-095-2022-Sri. Mathew Joseph, Pathanamthitta-Order 03-02-23


The appellant requested Assistant Engineer, Electrical Section, Mallappally to shift two stay wires in the front courtyard of his house during February 2022. The stay wires of an 11 kV electric post in front of his house is very unsafe and hampering the ease of movement in the courtyard. One feasible way is to shift the existing 11 kV cut pole to the new location and provide one stay and one fly stay to the pole. Another feasible opinion is coverting the 11 kV pole into A type pole. The first option costs around Rs.24,443/- and second option costs about Rs.43,671/-. The existing stay wires were installed in the appellant’s property without obtaining consent from the appellant. The appellant contented the cost estimate and want to be executed by KSEB free of cost as these were erected without his consent or reduce the cost. The appellant approached the CGRF-SR and filed petition and CGRF(SR) issued order dated 25-11-2022, which states that the respondent has to execute the work, on work deposit basis and appellant has to select one of the options and the payment is to be made. The appellant approached this Authority by filing the appeal petition and following decisions are hereby taken: 1. The Licensee shall execute the shifting of the two stay wires at 50% of the cost estimated for any of two options opted by the appellant. 2. The officials who is responsible for the delay in taking action is to be identified by the Licensee and take necessary action against them.
RP-003-2022- AXE, Ramapuram-Order 02-02-23


The review appellant, Assistant Executive Engineer, Electrical Sub Division, Ramapuram, has submitted a review petition against the order of the Ombudsman in the appeal petition No. P-046/2022 dated 05-09-2022. The order of Ombudsman is to shift the post & line, which is situated in the land of review respond as per his claim. It is not technically feasible because of the neighbours’ obstruction to install the stay wire for the proposed shifting of the post. It is also stated that at present, the post and line is not making any obstruction to the review respondent. Further, the boundary of the land of the review respondent is not properly earmarked with boundary stone. So, it is not easy in the site to identify the land whether the post is erected belongs to him or not. Only after identifying boundary of the land, the feasibility of shifting the line could be examined. (1) The review respondent Sri. Augustine Thomas has to survey his land and provide boundary stone to demarcate the boundary of the land belongs to him through revenue authorities. (2) The feasibility of shifting of the post and line shall be examined after demarcation of review respondent’s land.

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