BMC contradicts IIT report on streetlights

Written By Unknown on Kamis, 26 Juni 2014 | 22.23

MUMBAI: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporations (BMC) report of the illumination levels of the city is contradicting a report that was endorsed by IIT-B.

The BMC surveyed 49 spots in the island city and eastern suburbs and found out that only 18 spots were such where the illumination levels were lesser than prescribed.

Meanwhile a report that was commissioned by BJP corporator Ameet Satam and was prepared by a private agency and endorsed by IIT-B showed that of the same 49 spots surveyed the lux levels were below in more than 40 spots.

The difference is so stark that areas like Regal cinema chowk, the required illumination of the road should be 15 lux, which the private survey shows that the average lux levels of the area is 4.08 and the BMC's survey shows that the levels are 23.02.

Raising the issue in the civic standing committee on Wednesday Satam said that the BMC has tabled a false report to show that all is okay with the streetlight network.

"When the formula to calculate the levels is the same how can the results be so starkly different. The BMC administration is misguiding the standing committee,"said Satam.

A special meeting to discuss the issue has been arranged. Satam,BMC administration

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