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    Residents in Nagarkurnool claim street lights are left on during daytime due to staff negligence.

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    In Nagarkurnool district center, street lights have been left on during the day for the past few days. People are upset because they believe the municipal staff is not paying attention to this issue despite being notified multiple times. This unnecessary use of electricity during the daytime is causing public money to be wasted, especially during the hot summer months.

    The electric lights along the road from Vidyanagar Colony to Nallavelli Road APGVB Bank and IMB School have been on from morning until evening. Residents of the town are feeling distressed and are urging the municipal authorities to address this issue promptly.

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    Many people in the area are concerned about the environmental impact of leaving street lights on during the day. They hope that the municipal staff will take action to ensure that electricity is not wasted in this manner in the future.

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    Rajesh M
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