The High Court has slammed the state government for the lack of street lights and chaotic roads on the road leading to the Andhra Pradesh High Court. A petition has been filed in the state high court that there are no lights on the road leading to the high court. To this extent, the President of the High Court Employees Union Venugopala Rao has filed this petition.
In the petition, Venugopala Rao explained that the employees, lawyers and clients are facing severe difficulties due to lack of street lights on the road. The High Court bench, which heard the arguments on this, ordered that electricity supply and road repairs should be completed within 60 days in view of the safety of employees, lawyers and others.
However, when the counsel for the government asked for three months to complete the repairs, the bench refused. It has been decided that it should be completed within two months. A deadline of 60 days has been set for installing street lights and repairing roads. To this extent, the High Court has issued orders to the concerned authorities.