Residents of the village of Bazilevka in Bashkiria were tired of asking officials to install street lamps for them and put them on their own, but the authorities cut off their electricity. About it informs Readovka.
As the newspaper specifies, the villagers have repeatedly written complaints and appeals to the local administration to solve the problem with lighting on the streets. However, for several years the problem was not resolved. Then the residents collected money and installed the lanterns at their own expense.
However, upon learning of this, the authorities completely cut off the electricity in the village. They explained this decision by the fact that “the installation of lanterns is illegal.”
As the newspaper notes, over the past 10 years, residents of the same village have been complaining about problems with water. In 2011, people also made a water supply project at their own expense and tried to implement it, but the contractor went bankrupt. Despite numerous complaints, the problem with water in Bazilevka has not yet been resolved.