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We sent the belowsaid petition to Government of Tamil Nadu (GOVTN/E/2017/00647) on 10th March 2017 regarding rash driving in Ambattur Industrial Estate. The response came on 12th May 2017 as below.

Registration Number : GOVTN/E/2017/00647
Name Of Complainant : Deepak Kumar Vasudevan
Date of Receipt : 10 Mar 2017
Received by : Government of Tamil Nadu
Forwarded to : ADDL.COP TRAFFIC
Contact Address : The Additional Commissioner of Police Traffic,
Poonamallee High Road, Kilpauk,
Chennai600010
Grievance Description : Dear Team, There is a dire need of speed interceptor near Wavin Junction (Ambattur) because there is a petrol bunk and a couple of car workshops with vehicles entering and exiting the highway and despite this vehicles on the highway are recklessly speeding and also not caring about the pedestrians crossing the stretch. Thanks and Regards, Deepak Vasudevan
Current Status : CASE CLOSED
Date of Action : 12 May 2017
Details : இப்புகார் சம்மந்தமாக T1 அம்பத்தூா் காவல் ஆய்வாளா் அவா்கள் அறிக்கை சமா்ப்பித்ததில் தற்போது வாவின் சிக்னல் நல்ல முறையில் இயங்கி வருகிறது. காலை மற்றும் மாலை நேரங்களில் புகாரில் குறிப்பிட்டுள்ள பெட்ரோல் பங்க் அருகில் ரோந்து வாகனம் மூலம் போக்குவரத்து சரி செய்யப்படுகிறது என்றும் பாதசாரிகள் கடக்கும் இடத்தில் மார்ஷல் காவலா்கள் அலுவல் புரிய அறிவுறுத்தப்பட்டுள்ளது என்றும் வேகமாக வரும் வாகனங்களை கட்டுப்படுத்த Zig Zag Barricades அமைக்க நடவடிக்கை எடுத்து வருவதாகவும் குறிப்பிட்டுள்ளார் என்பதை தெரிவித்துக்கொள்ளப்படுகிறது G1/Tr/427/2017, Dated:12/05/2017, Addl.COP/Traffic/Chennai-7

We submitted a representation to TANGEDCO vide GOVTN/E/2017/00152 on 15th Jan 2017 with the text as below regarding dangling wires in Rajakilpakkam intersection.

Dear Team, The traffic intersection at Rajakilpakkam signal has lot of dangling wires near the signal (opposite Pizza Shop at the median divider). Kindly get TNEB to take steps please. A couple of photographs has been enclosed. Thanks and Regards, Deepak Vasudevan

The response from the department came on 25 May 2017 as below

The above fault has been attended and recitfied. It is informed to the petitioner.

Not long after Nirbhaya incident and in  less than five years, Salem – Omalur sector witnessed a similar incident a few days ago. A 14 year old girl has been locked up in a private bus with the crew taking turns to sexually assault her before being overpowered by villagers.

The news source  is here, courtesy NDTV. At least, Delhi police was proactive and media catalyzed the investigation to get justice to Nirbhaya but with the current state of Tamil Nadu where there is a succinct missing of state administration, lack of law and order maintenance and silence of the media with regards to the case raises doubt whether this girl would be given justice and whether the accused would be brought to task or march ahead with their crimes!

Way back on 20th December 2016 we had reported to Government of Tamil Nadu regarding transgender menace near Elcot IT Park complex. The original petition and its response from the authorities is given under.

Text of the Petition:

During weekend days particularly the afternoon of Saturday and Sundays when the crowd at the bus stop is thin, a transgender is haunting the location of Elcot Sozhinganallur bus stop pestering people waiting at the bus stop for moolah. The transgender is touching the people at odd locations in an embarassing way making it very uncomfortable for anyone. Kindly take steps to help commuters at this bus stop free from the transgender menace.

Response for the Petition:

Accepted. This petition enquiry of the Inspector J10 Semmencheary Police Station. In his enquiry report has been stated that the petitioner matter was already Case Registered in J10 PS Cr.No.1404/2017 U/s 75CP Act and Counter petitioner Nisha Age 22 S/o Barathi Thirunangai arrested after bail release. This message informed to the petitioner in future the above matter is maintained beat police and beat officer day and night. This petition may please be filed.

Ever since the merger of State Bank of India happened with its associates the newer problems faced by the bank itself are inflated debts on their books due to brand rebuilding and advertising. As a result of this they are devising to the following tricks.

  1. Increase in minimum balance for the customers
  2. Secretly activating the debit cards for customers’ whose accounts do not have debit cards and if customers raise voice they say it is the customer’s responsibility to deactivate the debit cards and since the card was active in the last financial year the charges can not be reversed.
  3. The branches are tight-lipped and are directed to talk with the call centers only who involve in parrot talk and put the problems of customers under the carpets.

The number 9884499759 is involving in reverse telemarketing. Because doing a telemarketing they get caught this number is giving missed call and when we call back they sell their products.

And Vodafone Chennai team is refusing to take action because he is a high net worth customer and losing this customer means losing revenue for them.

If let unchecked this guy will generate a lot of black money for himself in doing illegitimate telemarketing besides ranting his revenge on non-cooperating customers by reverse complaining on them as telemarketers.

CpGrams: DOTEL/E/2017/12200

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We had a trip on 14th April 2017 from MS (Chennai Egmore) to Salem. The PF number 9 was looking haunted without proper lighting particularly where the S6/S7 coaches stand. The platform also lacked conspicuously any CCTV surveillance or RPF patrolling.

One hooligan was troubling us in inebriated state with unnecessary questions. We teamed up with a passengers to escape him.

I had tweeted to Social Media team of RailMinIndia but till the train started from the station at 2300 hours no RPF was found on the platform. A CpGrams has been sent vide MORLY/E/2017/06437.

Response from Ministry of Railways on 4th May 2017

It is submitted that 54 CCTV cameras have been installed at strategic locations at Chennai Egmore Railway Station, including Platform No. 9, from where T.No 11063 Exp is despatched normally . The jurisdictional Inspector of RPF has also clarified that Staff are posted at CCTV Monitoring Room round- the -clock and RPF staff are deployed at all Entry/Exit points regularly and also at Platform areas. RPSF staff are also deployed with Arms and ammunition for Station and Platform patrolling. During the time referred to in your complaint, the RPF Staff may have been patrolling any other place allotted to him . However, whenever any such incidents are noticed , passengers are requested to contact RPF/GRP Toll- free Helpline No. 182/1512 which is functioning round- the- clock . It is assured that complaints of passengers are attended with due importance and immediate action is taken to redress the complaint. The Helpline numbers are being widely publicized through various means, including soci

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